Hotel City Bell
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- Continental Breakfast
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... was so refreshing considering how WARM it was. A slight change from the weather we have been previously experiencing. Dropping off our bags we had plenty of time to spare before we were due to head to the Prague Pubcrawl we had booked. So we went for a walk, grabbing some crown out of the ATM before grabbing some snacks at the local general store. One thing we couldn't believe was how cheap the alcohol was here!!! I'm talking around $10 for a litre bottle of Absolut ...
... Eurail global pass. Its like a journey detail that must be filled in. We didn't do it as ours is not Flexi but a continuous pass. So we guessed it's valid for 21days from whichever the validation date. But the old man pointed out the fine print, the travel log must be filled regardless and otherwise it's contravening the rules. We had validated and all but still travel log is necessary. For that we had to pay 60 Euro fine on the ...
... a further 114. I pulled him up, he said it was an honest mistake. I'm not so sure, but I gave him the benefit of the doubt. I don't mind tipping but its on my terms. It's a privilege not a right. If you don't like the tips don't work in hospitality. After all the money exchange I think I over tipped him anyway lol. There are so many little bars and alleyways that would go off in peak season. As its ...
... trips with ECES. Luckily they picked us up from our dorm so we did not have to try to find the ECES dorm again. Our excursion today was Kutna Hora, which is outside Prague. Kutna Hora was a silver mining town and still has buildings from the 13th century. We saw St. Barbara's Cathedral which was amazing. It took two hundred years to build and it would have been bigger, but Martin Luther made Protestantism. The Cathedral apparently lost a lot ...
... the trees. We had a traditional polish meal of tomato soup, marinated beef, pumpkin risotto, lamb, sorbet and chocolate cake. YUM! We then went for a walk to the Prague Castle. To get there we walked through a lovely park. The castle was more like a city centre that an actual castle but it was still fun to walk around. We went to a cafe and brought a coffee so that we could use their free wifi to Skype call Nathan's mum. ...