Hotel Fortuna West
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After a very fast train straight through Slovakia to Brno in Czech and then a painfully slow train on to Ceske Budejovice (or Ceske Bud to us) we turned up with the plan to jump on a bus to Cesky Krumlov and base ourselves there. These was dashed by arriving at 7.30pm and the next bus not departing until 9.05pm. So we throw on the backpacks and …
... level, crazy 'old school' had a wicked retro Saturday night fever -esk multicolored flashing dance floor. Weirdly enough, the place was full of juveniles. We figured they must let the ankle biters in as long as they don't drink. So on account of avoiding a pedofile charge, we dodged the jail bait and head for double-trouble, another bar we heard was quite good. But we were knackered from the day so 1 cocktail in and it was time to retire. Goodnight Prague! Ps it was 2am, out earliest ...
... massage function". German engineering was displayed at its finest.
The rest of the day we walked around the city center, visited museums, parks and just overall out-cultured ourselves for the day. We of course enjoyed complementary mimosas (thank you Stanford) while overlooking the Elbe river. At the end of the day we got on the bus to Prague and arrived in the ...
... for breakfast.
I hadn’t completely decided what I wanted to do today and was still up for any suggestions. A couple of people in our group had talked about going to Hutna Kora. Hutna Kora was a small town, about a 50 minute train ride from Prague. The main attraction at the town was the Sedlec Ossuary, quite often referred to as the "Bone Church" or the “Church of Bones”. I had previously seen a similar thing in Rome some years ...
... into the parties here. We also checked out the mirror labyrinth nearby (75 crowns) but it didn't feel too exciting.
With the afternoon winding down, we made our way back down the hill to the Charles Bridge to look for the Lennon Wall. Where once it was more symbolic, today it looks more like a collection of graffiti A short walk later to see the ******* monument in front of the Kafka museum, we took a much needed ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed