EA Hotel Populus
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews EA Hotel Populus Prague
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... became the Czech Republic.
It truly is a beautiful place. The river is huge, there are several bridges, cobblestones everywhere, the architecture is lovely, and there are loads of green trees dotting the river banks. They even had a 'beach' on the banks of the river. No sand exactly, and loads of swans wanting attention, but apparently a very popular place in summer.
We finished the day with a ...
... the scene in Wolf of Wall Street? Well that was now our life, Ganzer walks around the corner to this unfolding, 'what the **** is going on' he must have been thinking. I don't recall seeing Ganzer much tonight, he was off tuning Jessanta (the Canadian). I at some point in the night have a third shot of absinthe, the logic behind this is like someone who's had one arm amputated deciding may as well get rid of them all. Maxy is on point tonight, he comes up to me apologising ...
... written right there in plain Czech -- Misto/Sitzplatz 105 and 107. Of course, Misto/Sitzplatz!it, makes perfect sense now. Two seats in 2nd class, facing backward. So we are now tucked in to our bought and paid for Misto/Sitzplatz. Everyone aboard is so darned quiet! How am I going to munch on these Bohemia 5 prichuti chaluparsky spiz (5 roasted veggie chips, if the pictorial on the packaging is to be believed) without disturbing the ...
... on a boat moored on the river. Large pots of geranium line the sides and it's all very pretty. Dinner is goulash served in hollowed out bread which is delicious, we order veggies to go with! Back in the Old Town square, we stand with the crowds to watch the astronomical clock strike the hour with the skeleton pulling the bell! The lights are on in the square giving the Tyn Church a magical appearance and we decide to climb the clock tower to enjoy more of ...
... Republic to Hamburg and the Baltic in Germany. Much of the
river is navigable, and the stretch from Dresden to Prague has long been popular for day trips and multi-night river cruises."
So we arrived about the same time as we were meant to. Went and checked in the booking office about tomorrow's train: we'd read on the eurail trip planner and elsewhere that we had to reserve seats - but the guy said it wasn't necessary. Hope he's ...