Courtyard Prague Airport
Travel Blogs from Prague
... lemon tart (it turned out to be custard, but still good), then we walked back to the bike and starting riding to the hostel. On the way we saw round two of the storm blowing in and I managed to catch a few lightning strikes on the helmet camera. Fortunately we made it back to the hostel and got the bike covered before any rain. Tomorrow we intend to visit Prague Castle, but more thunderstorms are predicted so hopefully the castle has better waterproofing than the ...
... the city center and this view is even better at twilight and night.
... human behaviours but everything was in German so I didn't get a whole lot out of it. Our hostel is located in the Neustadt district of Dresden which is actually the old town because the buildings and homes were not destroyed and are still the originals, our hostel did a night tour showing us around the area and alleyways with graffiti. The next day I walked to a large outdoor market that had many different stalls with food and what looked like stolen goods such as bras ...
... so Michelle and I both took a chance and hoped to be highlighted as "burning"... Not so much for either of us, Michelle got a frozen rating and I received a cold rating. We toured through this three story museum and viewed some very interesting "artifacts". I've put up a few of the more tasteful photos below! At the end we went back to the to the love tester and received much better scores ...
... the id it was beautiful, Prague is a wonderful mixture of old with new. A lot of their old buildings were preserved because there was not a lot of fighting there during WWII. Walking through Prague was so marvelous that I cherished every moment.
Getting the id did not take long luckily, and then once everyone was ready we went on with the tour. It started to rain so all we were able to do was see the concert hall and an art ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed