EA Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews EA Hotel Downtown Prague
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... Bridge. There wasn't a soul on the famous walking bridge at that time of the morning. Little did we know in only a matter of hours it would be so packed you would be flat out crossing it. We realise now that we should have got a photo then. Feeling rather hungry, we came across this cafe / hotel that had great ratings on 'tripadvisor'. Looking around inside, the place looked really fancy. When we were asked if we had a reservation, Kitto was thinking about leaving, assuming ...
... a few levels. Strippers on one floor, LED dance floor, bar, restaurant, chill out rooms and more bars. I was not very impressed with the service though. Apparently if your a bloke you can't order a water. Even though I ordered it with an absinthe shot and a scotch. The strippers were ****, hot but obviously not enjoying their job. Boring, also people can smoke inside. So that was ****. Taxis home also ...
... it out! Ha bad joke, I know, I just had to do it. We had the best gelato from this little place that is apparently the best known for it, and then we went to a pub and had a beer with sausage, bread and French cheese. I asked nikola when we got the food if we like out the sausage and cheese on the bread, and she looked at me like I was crazy. She said "uh, what? Put it on the....what? No... You just eat them". I felt fat. Then she ...
... including the computer lounge, free laundry as well as water bottles and coffee, discount tours, and the hostel cat named Wifi. We then took our bags up to our 3rd floor room and headed out with Radim for a walk around the castle.
The three of us walked a few blocks over to catch a tram that goes up the side of a hill. It dropped us off near the Petrin Look-Out Tower, which closely resembles the Eiffel Tower. We walked along a path near the technology university ...
... to some British guys in the seats across from us. Their conversation was less than entertaining to eavesdrop on, so that was boring fast. At the station is Austria we grabbed some more drink and got back out to the platform in the rain to wait on our next leg of this journey. The Zagreb train is nice, we sat next to some ladies from Ireland who were nice and I helped them get their luggage on the ...