EA Hotel Jeleni Dvur
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... horror film! We decided it would be best to visit the castle as part of a tour group as apparently the castle grounds are massive and it is easy to miss a lot of it. The tour was due to start at three so after lunch we headed over the Charles Bridge to the meeting in the centre square. After eventually meeting up with the right group we headed back across the Charles bridge and up towards the castle. We also saw the Orangery, the Royal Summer house, the Cathedral and the official ...
... our beds. 6 bedder, all in very close contact with each other and of course, Al and I were given the privilege of the top bunk. No safety rail and just shy of a 2m drop to the floor. All we could do was laugh. Everyone having a good stare thinking we were the most annoying people to be sharing a cabin with, we climbed the ladder to the top bunk..still laughing. The prospect of sitting up on our bed was impossible and even moving in order to find some position of comfort, ...
... to detail, along with the necessary investment in transport equipment (lots of trains, trams and buses) spot on! And it runs like clockwork, although I must admit the other day a bus was a minute late at my local stop, which was a first for me, so their standard might be slipping.
They have a similar outlook on the conventional train system. Leaving Praha last year on the overnight train to Budapest the departure time said 12:02, and with people still ...
... views of the castle in the dusk.
For our final full day we opted to take a day trip out to Kutna Hora, which is an ancient town about an hour's train away. It's mostly famous for its skull church that is completely decorated in human bones... something a little different so thought we would go and check it out. Prague is great but you don't really need five days there. I wish we knew this beforehand but anyway... the local train across country wasn't too exciting but ...
... some food for me and some lollies for the sicky one. Our hotel is in the Jewish Quarter, and judging by the shops (Gucci, Cartier), we are in the upmarket side of town. It was really cold out, so I did not linger and enjoy any window shopping.
Hopefully will able to explore a little more than the hotel room ...