Hotel City Bell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of her maps in date order in folders. It did inspire me to start reading the Rick Steves' travel book on Prague to plan our time there. Once in Prague, we stopped to get a map (as Rick Steves recommends) and then decided to navigate our way on the metro. We felt a bit lost and unsure, but we found our way and arrived just a block from our hotel - Andels. This hotel is much larger, nicer, ...
... the owner of Suzy told me she woke up every day and thought how lucky she was to live here. I could totally understand the appeal but as she told me, her and her husband tended to avoid the hoards of tourists as much as physically possible which was completely understandable, given the number of them. This couple were the first locals apart from the receptionist at our hostel we had encountered so far in Prague which we thought an incredible shame. We both ...
... pretty cool- the train drove onto a ferry and we sailed for 45 minutes from Denmark to Germany! It was funny hopping out of the train onto the boat deck, and we sat up top with our trusty thermos and cheese and Vegemite rolls until it was time to board again.
And so the trip went on, with a break of a couple of hours in Berlin where we sat in the brilliant sunshine in the square and watched the passing parade ...
... and Spencer, a British version of Myer. Amy
was very excited to have KFC for dinner, because they had an item that she
loved that has been discontinued in Australia for about 5 years.
The train trips between Germany and the Czech Republic are
also stunning. The train at times follows a river which on the opposite bank is
lined with farmhouses built into a wooded cliff. The cloudy weather created
mist which made the whole area even ...
... guys who beat the royal crest onto the coin!
After the court and a brief walk through the town to the bus - we were told we had taken “too long” and wouldn’t get any free time (not sure what we had been doing but whatever) - and headed back to Prague in the icy bus with our tour guide telling us (possibly) useful information. Once back in town we headed back to our B&B, dumped our belongings and headed out for a last night in Prague and together ...