EA Hotel Crystal Palace
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... name?’ he asked, (we had been stupid enough not to write down the address). ‘I have no idea,’ I replied rather stupidly. He wasn’t impressed. I asked if I could buy tram tickets with a credit card. ‘No cards,’ came the answer, ‘Where is a cash machine?’ I asked now, growing increasingly desperate.
But by this point he actually just walked off in the middle of this sentence, evidently completely unimpressed with ...
... it goes through the fermentation process. Later that day we wondered the streets of Ceske Budejovice, which is a quaint town to check out. Of course we stopped for beer at a local pub along the river where English was not spoken. Luckily another beer lover there could translate for us and we ordered our $1.20 beers.
On Wednesday we went to Prague and spent the afternoon on a walking tour, checking out the highlights of the city including the ...
... before the 2nd World War, and again in 2002, just before Prague witnessed some of the worst floods ever recorded. So the message is this. If you go to the Astronomical Clock just to see the show, you'll be disappointed. If you go knowing the history behind it, you'll be amazed. And if you go and it's not working, run! At the end of the tour we went back to the hostel to dry out! The rain had eased slightly, so we took a late afternoon walk to Prague castle. Here there ...
Six hours of walking and we are nearly done in. We had an ambitious plan to do a huge loop and to visit every bit of Prague that we had yet to see - and we would have got there had we not got lost on the pathways in Petrin Park...
First off was the Municipal Building and the Powder Gate, then across to Wencelas Square, an enormous rectangular shopping strip with the magnificent national museum at the end. Then across to ...
... for sushi so found a place on trip advisor with good reviews that said it was really good value for money. Turns out it didn't exist in the real world, or we couldn't find it at least. There was a bit of construction site right where the restaurant was supposed to be so might have been closed as part of that. Guess we'll never know, but 10 minutes of looking later we gave up and went into another sushi place that we found on the way.
We sat down and the guy brought ...