Castle Residence Praha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... by watching episode after episode of the TV show "Castle" (hence the title of the blog, get it?), cooked up pork stir fry for dinner, and ate it while watching more episodes of Castle. Tomorrow morning we have a long ride to Krakow. My research seems to indicate that in the Czech Republic (unlike Austria), motorcycles don't need the vigrette in order to use the motorways - so we might use some of the motorways here and there to bring the length of the ride down a ...
... is awesome. Much nicer than the full filtered stuff that you normally get. We found out on the later walking tour that very few places have the facilities to serve it unfiltered, and these guys obviously did, so happy days. Prices were slightly steeper than Hungary and Sovakia but still cheap cheap beer and a dinner for £5-6. I had a giant pork knuckle and it was awesome. The waiter was a bit weird - he was more interested in chatting to his mate than serving. Highlight most ...
... to The Pub, a touristy pub that has a keg in the middle of your table so you can pour your own beers. Kind of dangerous. It also keeps track of how much your table is drinking and puts it up on a giant screen where you can see how the other tables are doing and you can compete against each other. I also tried goulash in a bread bowl, Delicious!!!!! So nice after a cold day. Prague has been wonderful and even though people tell you to be careful of scams and pickpockets ...
... beer prices!
We then walked back to the hotel for a lovely meal at the restaurant, which is outdoors on a terrace … high up on a hill overlooking the city, the view was spectacular.
Becky and I were very exhausted, only sleeping a couple of hours over the last couple of days, so we had a much needed night's rest, but woke up very early as we wanted to walk across the Charles Bridge near sunrise, as we heard this is the ...
... and Mozart piano concert. It will be in a music hall that is supposed to be very ornate and beautiful. I am looking forward to that.
I have to say that a few of us are quite tired with achy legs and feet from walking around so much. Being on these tours they really keep you moving right a long – no time to mosey. Good thing I have comfortable shoes.