EA Hotel Tosca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews EA Hotel Tosca Prague
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... I arrived at the hostel, I ran into my Brit friend from Munich and we watched the soccer game. Such a small world! We then grabbed kebabs with other Americans and it was really cool how easily people get along at this hostel. There is an outside garden that people can hangout in and this very large, diverse group of people played a really fun game of charades. It was really funny and I then noticed my friend from Brussels sitting ...
... to see so many U.S. fast food chains opening stores along the highways in the Czech Republic. McDonalds, anyone?
We noticed the complete absence of any billboards or autobahn advertisements but as soon as we crossed over into the Czech Republic, we saw multiple McDonalds and advertisements up on the bridge overpasses through which we passed. In Germany, the autobahn is free (a true freeway) but in the Czech Republic, the ...
... warm sunny day after a 0⁰C start. Just what we shall do after next Friday is quite uncertain. The car is not running like it should, for some reason the fuel consumption has gone up considerably, not good when you consider the price of fuel here, the air suspension is still not right, and the gearbox is not right though much better than it was. So you will have to wait for the next episode to see what we do.
© Lynette Regan 19th October ...
... show. Our guide was amazing and made the four hour tour seem half that length.
We stayed in the square for a late light lunch then made our way back to the hotel to change and get ready for a concert and supper in Old Town. The concert was in a small medieval church called St. Martin's in the wall. It featured an organist, a violinist and a soprano. all were marvelous and we thoroughly enjoyed the performance. We went for a walk to decide were we ...
... was still alive (yeh, right..). The church then canonised him and laid him to rest in a great big decorated silver sarcophagus (which I think is really quite ugly!). From there we went to the Old Royal Palace, starting with the vaulted roof of Vladislav Hall which is really quite unusual. It has a throne room, a coat of arms room, and a display of crowns and jewels. Then onto St George's Basilica which has a red brick front on the building which looks nothing like ...