Design Hotel Jewel Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... But really it's Disney did good job of faking a beautiful city at night" Again back on the trams to our tent. We packed up and went to sleep as soon as we could because we had a lovely 7am bus ride out of there. Yay..... So to sum it up: The city was beautiful. The people were happy. We were happy. Anddddddd they had some of the best pastries so far and cheap! If you knew me at work you know I had a chocolate crescent problem... Well I found them here!!! Sooooo good! Fatty ...
... I was able to get one of the cheese patties in a burger. It seemed that the only places that were open were money change facilities, bars, and glass stores. I saw a lot of bachelor and bachelorette parties going on, so I get the bars and money change places, but I wonder how many people are out at 11pm to buy fine glassworks. In any case, I was not part of a party and I wanted to get up early to see stuff, so I headed back to the hostel and grabbed some ...
The plan for today was to tour the inside of some of the places I had seen during the city walk. I had some leftover ham and potato dumplings for breakfast, and headed out to the city center. My hostel was on the east side of the Vltava River, which meant that each morning/night I got to cross the picturesque Charles Bridge. This bride is lined with statues ranging from biblical scenes, to old saints and kings. The bridge was full ...
... We arrived at Buda and we were on a hill that overlooked towards Pest. So we learnt these 2 parts of the city were to form Budapest.
We travelled past the Chain Bridge and took many picturesque photos along the Potomac River. We also visited the Heroes Square where it reminded me of Paris. The boulevard leading to it reminded me of Champs Elysees in Paris, no wonder Budapest is known as the Paris of the East.
Do remember to visit ...
... structures in Prague, the Dancing Building. I have no idea what came over the architect to make him think that this shape was a good design, but it makes for an interesting photo. Apparently it is called the Dancing Building because it looks like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers doing the vertical tango. Anyway, we then spent the next hour walking to a Museum which didn't open until 11am (we were there at 10am), so we ...