EA Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... lot of the old town). At the peak of this area stands the Prague Castle, home to the Prague monarchy and various politicians. It was quite spectacular, with a cathedral in the centre of the castle. The cathedral was somewhat reminiscent of the style used for Notre Dame. The view of Prague from the top of the castle was incredible, it sure is one of the more picturesque cities. After a very hot day walking around, ...
... you out the first time. After the tour Mary and I wandered down to Charles Bridge and then went our separate ways, as it was the end of the day. Although there was a wonderful sunset over the river. So Prague had redeemed itself. To be fair, it wasn't Prague's fault in the first place, it was just at the wrong place at the wrong time when the scam was discovered and the grand panic and hysteria began. Oh well. I wandered home and had some dinner again with Martin after ...
... had dancers. Sasha showed us a dance move where you hang your head, shoulders and arms and basically give yourself whip lash! We all looked like idiots. We left at around 3am, Joanna and I on foot, and the others in a taxi. We really underestimated how far it was back to the hostel, so it was only natural to have a MacDonald’s stop halfway (free wifi, chyeah!)
Back at home, I talked to people in Australia via Viber until 5.30am. Needless to say, I was tired the next ...
... it’s the only thing that helps get you through the lonely nights, the strange and frighteningly unfamiliar customs, and the anxiety and depressive episodes that no one writes about but everyone experiences at times.
To shatter this illusion may do no good in the confidence stakes, however this trip has opened my eyes to the weight in which my reliance is carried by others; often complete strangers.
"Mate, you have to go to a doctor! I’m ...
... each hour. After our tour Tim took us to one of his favourite pubs for some Czech beer. Beer is very cheap in the Czech Republic because they don't put any tax on it. So we were paying about 1.50-2 euro for a beer. So cheap! It was nice to have a few drinks with the group and get to know some more people. We stayed out till about 1am then caught the tram back to the hotel. Looking forward to having a keep in tomorrow and exploring ...