Hotel Fortuna Luna
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... one even had a real hand of a thief in it! haha We also caught a glimpse of the astronomical clock and the changing of the Palace guards while we were walking through the town. I ate goulash in a monk brewery at the very top of Prague, tried an unfiltered beer and some czech dumplings, plus a little donut, pretzel thing called a Trdelnik which I loved...just cause it was covered in sugar haha By our last day, it was almost like we had run out of things to see. ...
... we received a rather stressed message from Kris who had spent the past hour wondering up and down trying to find the hostel. Turns out, all of his travel plans had been cancelled/delayed so he hitchhiked across Europe from Denmark to get here. That's determination Kris; well done!
Lots of touristy things to see and do! Very excited to get sightseeing, but first time for some dins Czech ...
... here) and a bunch of 18 year old looking guys buying drugs off a guy on the street corner. Prague is an interesting place! Anyway I found something decent for dinner then headed back to the hostel to catch up on some much needed sleep - which didn't really happen coz of the noisy brazilians in my room (gente, por favor, preciso dormir!) 14 April 2013 After sleeping in a bit after not really catching up on sleep, I spent the day wandering round, first checking ...
... The first day out of the gate, we headed to the center of Prague and had a more traditional Czech lunch of roasted pork and dumplings with gravy. We also had some soup for our starters, mine, a hearty potato soup and Sarah's, an onion soup. It was all so delicious. From there we decided to follow the rooftops. Prague is such a great city and easily accessible by metro, tram or bus but we chose to take on Prague by foot. Most of the places we walked were cobblestone and it ...
... popular in Europe it seems, from individuals dressing, dancing, and singing the tunes of the late Michael Jackson to full blown 4 piece ensembles playing classic American hits. The variety of talent is quite amusing, even if for only 10-15 seconds at a time. Along side the musicians stood numerous artists and souvenir vendors, each hocking their goods to anyone willing to throw a glance in their direction. With Prague Castle looming on the horizon, we didn’t feel ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Hotel was dirty, noisy and the lift didn't work properly. It did however have good transport links to the city centre but you did get the feeling of being back in the age of the Communists.
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