EA Hotel Manes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... another stupid tourist!
By the time I returned to Mattijs with my tale of woe, he had fortunately somehow managed to pick up some internet on his phone and we were soon on our merry way to where we would be staying for the next four nights, Hostel Santini. It transpired that our digs were only five minutes walk away from the main sights, including Charles Bridge and Old Town which was also a bonus. The hostel itself is an old listed building with a lot ...
... old Prague Castle, Old Town Square, the architecture and my favourite, the Charles Bridge. Prague was definitely the busiest place we’ve travelled through although I can’t imagine it in the summertime when it’s actually high season. I enjoyed wondering through the city but can’t say I’m as in love with it as most people I talk to that have been there are.
The main reason for the trip started on Thursday as we bused ...
... views of Prague and an impressive cathedral. I took the opportunity to get another selfie with an armed guard to add to the collection. The following day we caught a train to the small town of Kutna Hora. This was around an hour away from Prague, and is home to the famous Bone Chapel. This is a church and inside the church there are huge structures, made entirely out of human remains! A coat of arms, 2 pyramid shape structures, and a huge chandelier hanging from ...
... and the equally astounding National Theatre. Then down the river to the modern Dancing House (aka Fred and Ginger). Across the river took us to a coffee stop over the river, then into lesser town for the steep climb to Petrin Hill, the Strahov Monastery and back to Prague Castle for a second bite.
Everything went swimmingly until we decided to take the challenge of walking the uber steep and winding paths up to ...
... towels and a bunch of nibbles. Then some ipads for us to place our orders on... We quickly realised this place was in a whole 'nother league price wise and made the executive decision to high-tail it out of there! It was the cringiest moment ever but we're talking like £20 just for some tasting appetisers...which was even too pricey for us after a whole trip of watching the budget like hawks. At a loss again for dinner, we had walked past some local pub/restaurants on our mission ...