EA Hotel Jasmin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stunning view over the town. We continued on to Prague and set up camp in our smallest site yet. The camp itself was spacious, but catered mostly for caravans and people in cabins. It was a tight fit to get all our tents in the little grassy field we were allocated. The bathrooms made up for this though. They were new and very clean. The showers were warm and had plenty of space! We had dinner and got ready to go to town for the night. While we were hanging around ...
... you can imagine, and I don’t think the Czech people would mind. I think this was also born out of their desire to be a free country that now they don’t want to oppress anyone. As you can see, the Czech culture is very complicated, but fascinating. Now, where did I leave off? So last time I posted, I had explored the city of Prague. Since then I have had some great experiences that I will share with you now. - ...
... that) have been right amongst it from the start. And of course the chequered history of wars and dictatorships interwoven into every story. Stayed on the team too long but found wherever you get off in Prague there is something good to do or see. Stumbled across where Sparta Prague play, then went for a wander, ending up sitting down for the Czech ghoulash and dark beer combo. I got kind of lost a couple of times later, but a place to lose a couple hours. I got off the tram at ...
... bought us to Billa, a big supermarket. We roamed up and down the aisles, vaguely looking for something familiar. I got some strawberries which were delicious, but a lot were oddly shaped. Coles and Woolies wouldn't put them on the shelf because they weren't uniformly perfect.
Of course the local currency is the koruna, about 190 of them equal AUD10, so I was exhausted trying to work of the cost of things. Who cares I ...
... there to Decin to change to the last train to Praha (Prague). We arrived 12 hours later in Prague which is supposedly a short 4 hours 40min direct train from Berlin. It was a good experience though stopping by different stations and passing thru some suburbs with school kids rushing in the train to go to school. We finally arrived in the apartment of Matyas, our 3rd couchsurfing host so far. Its a easy metro ride from Praha Hln station to his ...