Club Hotel Praha
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... area we were interested in...the family has recently reaquired the castle and are developing it as a tourist stop to showcase their art collection and history of the castle and Prague. The descendants are actually Americans and met in the US and recently returned to claim the castle and live in Prague and restore ...
... until we were already on the tram. So off we got at the next stop but we still didn't know what to do to get one so we got back on again! We asked a lady on the tram and were told we had to find a tobacco shop to buy a ticket. Thankfully Czech people must smoke a lot because they are everywhere and we found one at the next stop without a problem. Once we were legal we could enjoy the tram ride which wound through some of the most beautiful and historic parts of prague on ...
... made a big impact on Prague. The university is named after him as he established the University. The bridge that connects The Old Town to the Lesser Town also bears his name. We boarded our boat, one of many that lined the shore and settled in up top on the sun. It has been a very sunny day and hot at times. The commentary on board was great as it was all in English and without an accent. Historical buildings were pointed out, ...
... there plus a 14 hour drive back left me with 28 hours on the bus and about 29 hours in Prague. Yikes!
However, I found that the overnight bus was not nearly as bad as I imagined. While it was quite difficult to stay asleep, it was quite comfortable and the time went by quickly. We departed Amsterdam at 10pm on Friday and arrived in Prague at noon on Saturday. We went to our hostel and were greeted by the strangest man working in hospitality that I can imagine. He was ...
... and potato pancakes). It was about 6$ each for us to eat there so we were pumped about that. If you go into the more touristy areas tho the food is normal Canadian prices between 15 and $20/plate.
The next day we had to go to the train station because the tickets we had reserved to go to Krakow Poland were all messed up. The guy at the train station helped us sort it out. The rest of the day was spent walking around Prague and exploring. We went to the old town square where we saw ...