Club Hotel Praha
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... mine wasn't on my bed with me. To make a long story short, based on check in history and security cameras, we found out that a man had come into the hostel and stolen multiple phones and then took off. Mine included. My bed was the closest to the door and chest height- very easy to snatch a phone off of the mattress while walking out the door (even with me sleeping 6 inches from it). The whole day was spent waiting for the Prague police to arrive ...
... and beyond. OMG the people! They were packed in cheek by jowl. A sea of humanity. Perhaps Mecca during the Haj has a denser population but I doubt it. We pushed through the masses and saw the astronomical clock and a few of the other sights. And then gave into B and had a ride through the old city in a horse and carriage. B & F waving and saying hello to all and sundry. We felt a bit silly but the kids loved it. After that, a walk over the ...
... had a teeny, tiny voice so we were a little apprehensive but she made up for it with quality chat. The 25 or so of us, followed her yellow umbrella around the streets of Prague, learning about the workings of the famous Astronomical Clock in the main square, the Jewish Quarter, the Opera Theatre and defenestration.
For those of you not up to speed with Central European history, defenestration involved pushing people out of very high ...
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Next up was a ride in a horse and carriage. It was starting to get pretty cold so we were super excited that they had a big warm fluffy blanket to wrap ourselves up in. They took us on a ride around the cobbled streets of Prague which was lovely and when the horses did their massive poos it provided some nice warmth. We continued on our quest to tick of as much as we could and walked over the famous historic Charles bridge and ...
... district and successfully defrosting at our hotel we decided to check out the famous Czech Jazz scene. We headed to a small jazz club. We descended into the basement of a dodgy looking building to be greeted by a small cosy venue with red velvet drapes and theatre style seating and the smooth dulcet tones of J.J.Jazzmen. After two sets, a glass or two of red and with the Jazzmen’s tunes still in my head we made our way back to our ...