Chopin Hotel Prague City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to Starbucks. I hate the idea of this, going to Starbucks instead of a local cafe shop. But only in Starbucks can we buy a couple,of drinks, then eat sandwiches in the warmth. Split up,again after lunch. John and jack to another military museum. The girls to see Salvador Dali. Not sure why so much of his work is in Prague. We picked up more.......bread cheese and salad, our staple for this part of the tour, for the train Another day another train. Or ...
... few sausages, some coleslaw salad and some bread, which was actually quite good (especially when you are very hungry). We had a couple of drinks there and then headed a bit further into town and found another bar, as this was the last time that I would be able to go out with this group (they were moving on to Vienna or Cesky Krumlov and I am starting my Classoc Rhapsody trek through Eastern Europe on Friday). It was a good send off as we had a fun night, however it was ...
... bands and small merchant stands on either side as you walk. The view of the Vltava river alone was enough to make my day, and the castle was even better. With the massive St Vitus's Cathedral in the middle dominating the skies, St Georges Basilica behind it, the Royal Palace on the side, there was so much to see. Unfortunetly by the time I got there I couldn't actually go inside any of the buildings. But even from the outside they were breathtaking.
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... from Krakow.
This morning we headed back to town, feeling refreshed after our early night, had a great breaky at a cute little restaurant in town, booked a hire car for the following few days and then headed up to Prague Castle. Prague Castle is the biggest castle complex in the world and feels more like a small town than an actual castle. Inside the castle walls is the old royal palace, a cathedral, synagogue, tombs, ...
... Charlie, Joel, and myself all went. The bridge runs across the Vltava River and gets you from Old Town to the Prague Castle. The cool thing about the bridge is that there are 30 statues lining it of all different saints. One of them is St. John and legend says if you rub the plaque beneath him then you'll return to Prague---naturally we all did this! Reunion trip in a few years maybe?? Let's hope. So we walked across and just peered in little shops ...