Hotel Fortuna Luna
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... the view out of one of the windows so technically I was not taking an interior shot anyway! We were so glad we didn't have him as our guide. They do seem quite precious about photographing interiors here, most places are cool about it as long as you don't use flash.
After the tour we walked around the castle a bit before making the descent back to the car park. On the way down we stopped at a pub for lunch which also had wi-fi so we ...
Took a self guided tour audio through the Jewish area. There are 5 Synagogues, the ceremonial hall and the cemetery to explore all in about a square kilometer. The Jews lived in Prague since the city was founded over 1000 years ago. It had one of the largest Jewish communities. They were restricted to trading and money lending in the early years. Persecuted at various times and restricted to living in the enclosed Jewish area for many centuries.
... way, so we just decide to cut our losses and take a cab. When we finally get home, it's around 6am, so we hit the sack. We have the hostel pretty much between us and the Aussies, so we could be as loud as we liked, and didn't have to sneak into the place as usual. First day of Prague, successful.
The next few days were spent exploring the city and the people of Prague. Surprisingly, a lot of people spoke decent English in the city. Everyone seemed pretty nice ...
... in the Town Hall. This clock is over 500 years old, every hour draws hundreds of tourists to view the curiosity. First, a skeleton rings a bell and saints a parade through a window, displaying to the crowds below. The clock strikes at the top of the hour, but is routinely off time, as there was no daylight savings 500 years ago. It was a cool clock, but I more enjoyed people watching, as at least 500 people gathered around the watch the show.
We decided ...
... of 'make do'. I did manage to visit the cafe toilet facilities which was 50 cents well spent. The cook group from the previous night rises at 6.30 am to prepare breakfast which was cereal, toast with strawberry jam or Marmite, washed down with tea or coffee.
We left camp at 7.30 am which was 30 minutes later than we had planned. Today we have a 6- hour drive ahead of us ending in another rough camp tonight.
The majority of our day's drive ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Fortuna Luna Prague
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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