Hotel City Bell
Travel Blogs from Prague
... about 28czK, which equates to approximately $1.40. In contrast, a liter of water in the same establishment will run you about three times the price. So how does one entertain themselves in the world's most immoral nation where the beer flows like wine and beautiful women flock to ridiculously affordable designer shopping like salmon to the rivers of Capistrano? Well, when in Rome... The tone for our visit to Central Europe's crown jewel was set immediately on the flight from ...
... and headed back to the hotel for a little rest before heading out for one last walk around the city.
Recommendation for visiting Prague:
1. Get Czech money before going on your trip. Even though the Czech Republic is part of the European Union, euros are not widely used and small street venders and small shops do not accept credit cards. The local exchange booths are literally run by crooks. They advertise one good rate or ...
... the hotel. They had pancakes but they weren't really pancakes. To call it a pancake it has to be thicker than a tortilla. No, this was a crepe. I was disappointed. I finally got my hands on some pancake mix in Florence though. I literally only know 1 place that sells it. I buy a box of it a week. I've been deprived for too long.
After breakfast we left on a walking tour of Prague. They brought us to the castle district where Prague has the largest castle complex in ...
... good convo before heading back to the hostel. We left our bottles with the homeless guy so he could get the money for them, then headed back to the hostel. Laura had fallen in love with the dog, and ended up going back up there to leave the guy the leftover pasta we had, and a bit of bread for the dog. Back at the hostel, we chilled out in the lounge just for a little while longer, and waited until Laura made it back, then headed off to ...
... sorts of teas.
We met Irena and Pavel at the park and walked down to a bar close by. It was really good to talk with them about Prague and the Czech Republic and they caught up on Kiwi news from us. We tried the Czech version of Coke - its much less sweet and more spicy - very refreshing on a hot day. Then we walked down to John Lennons wall and looked at the graffiti on it. The wall started as a way for desenters to protest the communist regime and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet