EA Hotel Crystal Palace
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... in place on a cliff above the river.
The cruise goes for two hours and we arrived back at the dock around 5pm. Not bad, despite the heat, and it gave me the opportunity to get the journal up to date which I haven't touched since arriving in Prague (was that only 26 hours ago?). It's a little overcast now and seems to be a little cooler, but this could just be delusional wishful thinking on my part.
Stopped in at the hotel office and asked for tonight's ...
... We ended up going to a restaurant with the rest of our tour group and got to know some of them.
A very good second day in Prague!
Our tour yesterday went very quickly along the Charles Bridge, stopping only briefly for the guide to tell us about the (historic, religious) statues along the way. We went back today to check out the wares of the local artisans and picked out a couple neat things for our (new) house. ...
... a real gem of a Czech bistro, where we had a huge lunch of traditional Czech fare including chicken fillet with gratin potatoes and cucumber salad. And all for only a few pounds. I would thoroughly recommend this place to anyone who is visiting Prague. The rest of our visit to Prague was filled with wandering through the ancient streets and the new consumerist malls, the old and the new vying for our attentions. We saw churches and buildings and museums too innumerable to ...
... and Baroque architectural treasures on a beautiful sunny day with an amazing guide who told many stories about how Prague. From ancient Austro-Hungarian Empire, the reign of King Charles, the power and passion of religion, impact of the war, Nazi invasion, Communist rule and recent political and social influences. With this new understanding of the city we checked out some pretty amazing monuments around the city including the clock ...
... late and it was after the registration time we were put in what I liked to call the annex. It was a random spot next to a few rvs and wedged next to a fence. Dan was disappointed thinking that this was what the whole campsite was like. I went to the bathroom and was pleasantly surprised. They had a bar and grill, a playground, two campsites for tents, picnic tables with huge umbrellas and the best thing ever: a bunny pen! Which included 7 or more happy, ...