Residence Casa Italia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... I’d brought a warm coat, but it was so nice to walk around with the city all lit up. I love walking around big cities, and cities completely transform at night. There’s just a different beauty. We saw several street performers, including one particularly talented pianist who was being quite gracious towards some crazy lady that had decided to dance to his music. When I say crazy lady, I don’t mean it in a mean way, but she was obviously either on something or in ...
... club of the night, a five storey super club !! On each floor there was a different DJ, each playing a different genre of music and at the bottom there was an Ice Bar (which I didn't feel like paying for). After drinking copious amounts of alcohol and tearing up the dance floor we dragged our intoxicated selves back to the hostel, all the while trying to keep quiet as Prague has a 10pm noise curfew, which Chris ...
... Old Town Square all sell beer! What has occurred in the past 20 years has been investment in contemporary western dining and drinking type venues, and without getting into specific venues, there is a plethora of really good quality, family friendly, sometimes even smoke free pubs in Prague with great menus and fabulous cooking. Simply put, it's not difficult to step out of the house in Prague and walk to a pub or Bar with great food and one of the mainstream big name beers ...
... in the halls and everything... Mind you this is a 6+ hour train ride! We had ran into another couple of guys who had the same thing happen to them so I decide to go ahead and see if I can climb through these people to find a car with some room and a seat! I walk though like 4 cars and I find like 6 seats in the walk way that we decide to try and get to. Steve and I have a regular backpack on but our friends have full ...
... our bags because he was afraid we'd miss our train, and he wanted to guide us to the platform. We made it with about 30 seconds to spare with the help of our new friend, who wouldn't even accept the money we offered him because he was just that nice of a person.
Oh, and side note: visit the KGB Museum. You will laugh till you cry when you get to pose with AK-47s, axes (no, really) and "official KGB uniforms" with ...