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... rainy miserable weeks we've had in UK. Prague is a place full of young free spirited people, all enjoying life and fun- a big University culture similar to our cities of Bath and York. And, there's plenty of room for oldies too. A diverse friendly, happy, clean place to be, visit and enjoy for all. Only downside -smoking allowed in restaurants, cafés and bars!! Oh, and I put on 2Ib .... Dam it. Bye to our dear friend Prague.. Until next time. Sue and Simon ...
... were really dense dry heavy things. Don't even know what they are made of. Then we had a lump of spinach that had been pureed and then a pork stew thing which was not nice either. Dessert was a chocolate muffin thing which was alright. We headed in on public transport to meet our tour guide for the evening and we started off. It did take long for Scott to start feeling sick and we had to make a toilet stop. Tanya our tour guide stayed with us ...
... get us the ride up the hill to the Telcin Tower. Had the best views up there. It's a tower built as a replica of the Eiffel Tower, and including the considerable hill that it sits on, is the same height as its Parisian friend. It was fun climbing it and we met a friendly family from Holland who chatted as we had lunch of the biggest bratwurst ever and couple of dark ales. Time to jump on tram in search of Church of ????? After a couple of hop on hop off to get to the right place, ...
- Early morning after a huge breakfast in Rozmaryna Penzion we start walking to the main bus station. We booked the seats from internet before the trip so we don't know how far is the station.Actually there are two stations , the one we choose is farther from the Rozmaryna. We have to walk into a small side lane consisting of cobble stones covered with grass ...
... staying is less that $2 and is really good beer. One site I had to make sure I saw early was the astronomical clock. Since it was nearing the top of the hour, I headed to Old Town Square to see what all the fuss was about. Hundreds flock every hour on the hour to see this famous clock in action. The clock wasn't as large as I expected but is really neat to see what all was designed into it. It was carved over 600 years ago and tells ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet