EA Embassy Prague Hotel
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... the corner from the hotel, we we grabbed some breakfast and coffee, and few bits and pieces from the shops. Finally packing was completed and we were out the door. The driver was waiting for us at the reception, so after we checked out, we were soon on our way. The driver stated that the trip would take 4hrs, within about 30mins we were out of city, and on the open freeways, that had no speed limit. I was watching the speed of the car, highest we ...
... which contains a warning about the tyranny of communism. Interestingly, there were a few Chinese tourists reading the plaque when we arrived - we wondered what they made of it all.
We walked home again and stopped off on the way for a late lunch at a burger place, before picking up our bags and heading to our new hostel, Sir Toby's. After a metro ride and a walk through a slightly dodgy looking area, we reached our hostel, which ...
... That each person is so unique and I cannot cannot put all Germans in one bag classifying them as " too rigid,unfriendly, too stern and closed .". I have a friend I met in the UK who is German,when I travel one of the most funniest, charming, beautiful people are Germans. German travellers are great. Real travellers. Not that towelonthechair type but the ones who are willing to go for your ideas, who also have their own. Who are open ...
... Old Town Square all sell beer! What has occurred in the past 20 years has been investment in contemporary western dining and drinking type venues, and without getting into specific venues, there is a plethora of really good quality, family friendly, sometimes even smoke free pubs in Prague with great menus and fabulous cooking. Simply put, it's not difficult to step out of the house in Prague and walk to a pub or Bar with great food and one of the mainstream big name beers ...
... her. He got back a message saying she now felt awkward and she loved her boyfriend. Funny though!
Our last morning in Prague was uneventful as we said goodbye to all the friends we had made over the last couple of days and exchanged some of the photos we took. Catching a 1pm train for Berlin Isaac had a second whoopsie moment. He had left his train ticket back at the hostel (at 60 euro a pop, they were not cheap either) and quickly bought another. What topped it ...