EA Hotel Manes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... drink them awaiting the trains. PS: my cans were for later on..... Settled on the train for a 6hr trip we meet a lovely young couple from Amsterdam. They were on their first trip away together. Half way through the journey a local czech fellow joined us and gave his point of veiw of all the world issues, very interesting. On arrival at Prague we worked out the trams, metro and bingo we are at our hotel, how easy was that, well wait for ...
... never skip a meal :) Phil found a great speakeasy (our favorite type of bar) near our apartment to start the evening off. Hemingway Bar was great and was true to the speakeasy/craft cocktail scene. Relying on Trip Advisor for dinner, we tried a place called U Kroka (http://ukroka.cz/en/). It was delicious! I'm glad we made a reservation, because it filled up quickly. The staff was very friendly and spoke great english. Actually, almost everyone in Prague speaks great ...
... The challenge was set the first afternoon after visiting the monastery and making our way through the giant park that covers one half of the hill Prague castle sits on coming to the foot of the Petrin observstion tower. Petrin tower was built just after the effel tower in Paris and looks very similar. It claims to be higher than the effel tower by virtue of sitting on the top of of the Petrin hill! The view from the top is incredible looking down onto Prague with fantastic views ...
... connects the castle to the Old Town of Prague. Dotted along the walkways of the bridge are many statues of saints and patron saints in the 18th century. The walk to the old town brings us to the Old Town Square in which at the center lies the Prague astronomical clock, thought to be the oldest astronomical clock still working. Since it is December, many Christmas markets and lights decorate the Old Town Square, making the place quite a sight at night.
... stroll and some greasy burgers and fries for lunch with the boys we decided for an afternoon nap before dinner. For dinner that evening we had tradition food at a local restaurant which had a man playing the accordion. To top off the night the waitress recommended us some traditional liquor for aperitif. After dinner we had our last beers with the brothers said our goodbyes and went home for an early night.
The next morning ...