Travel Blogs from Prague
... the public transport too! felt pretty independent. Eventually we found the beer garden, and definitely worth the trek...spent 3 hours here and had some evening drinks as the sun was setting over the city quite the spectacle!! Heading back on the metro to Wenceslas Square came across buskers, two young guys busking under a small arch way that had attracted many people. Al and I sat here for a further hour an a half watching the two perform. At the end, we went to chat to ...
... two tour guides you are taken through the city, to beautiful lookouts and back down ...
... was really, really cold. We took about 20 minutes to walk to the Palace from our hotel, in time for the concert. The concert was really worth getting out of bed for, and I was pleased I had made the effort. Afterwards, we took the audio tour of the Lobkowicz Palace, which was narrated by a descendant of the Princes of Lobkowicz. He ...
Good morning Lord! So I woke up this morning and completed my journal entries I hadn't completed. I also had sent a message to my siblings asking them to ask my parents for money. When we were on the train, my bag was stuck in between the chairs and when I went to yank it out. The handle tore. I received a message from my dad confirming he put $500 in my account this morning. Thank you Jesus for providing funds for a new suitcase. ...
... whole ride was pretty much in silence. It was a bit of a cold welcome to the country, but that changed quickly once I arrived at my hotel.
See, if there's one thing I absolutely missed upon getting to that hotel, it was a cooler temperature. An unusual heat wave had struck Prague throughout the first week of August, and I was right in the middle of it. That cold welcome quickly become a warm, comfy one as I soon passed out upon getting into my hotel room. I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility