Hotel Residence Agnes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The girls & I went to have late breakfast & found cafe (chain) "Bageterie Boulevard" (in next street) that seemed to be reasonable & even had English translations.
Then we had to hurry to find the family meeting place for a tour, that was to start at 1pm. We couldn't work out in the short time left, so fortunately found an Info shop next to Old Town Square. & it turns out ...
... performs, there are thousands of people. However, this meant we did not see it perform, which I think we should have done as part of the tour.
The guide took us into an extremely ornate church but unfortunately we were not able to stay as they were about to close for a service. This was the case with other churches I would have liked to have seen.
One thing to be said - Prague may be a UNESCO world heritage site, but a bit of steam cleaning of its buildings would ...
... waved me on as I stopped to let a pedestrian cross who had just walked onto a crossing, angrily blowing on a whistle when I didn't immediately accelerate, unsure if the people on the pavement would walk out or not. We never did find out what the siren was all about but I was glad to leave the city behind and soon after we pulled over into a petrol station to swap over driving. We bought a sad little sandwich from the petrol station shop and the cashier looked at us as if ...
... more across. The sheer size and detail is mind blowing. I spent a good hour and a half looking at just these 20 paintings, before spending another hour wandering the rest of the modern art gallery. If anyone visits Prague, this is a must do.
The rest of the day I spent idly wandering the city, people watching and taking in the clear weather. The Sex Machines Museum was a somewhat enlightening experience, though to be honest I seem to ...
... have a bonus however as we didn't have to pay for the crawl and we got to know the others much better. We even nicknamed ourselves 'The Sober Monkeys' after our fail of a crawl! We still went to a couple of pubs as a small group instead and exchanged travel stories.
The next day we had a lazy morning before heading out to the castle. The weather was much brighter today and I wanted the opportunity to get some photos of the castle when it didn't look like a creepy castle out ...