Travel Blogs from Prague
... similar to sauerkraut. We only partook of some pastries before heading down into the subway to catch a ride to a stop near the Charles Bridge.
The Charles Bridge is perhaps the most famous attraction in Prague. It crosses over the Vlatava River from one part of Old Town to the most enchanting and scenic part of Prague, which is on a large hill and crowned by the area known as 'Prague Castle’. Construction of the Charles Bridge ...
... far as the eye could see.Grand gold gilded buildings everywhere, lot's of young people going to the clubs and so many languages.
Everyone seems to be in a good mood we hear laughter echoing up and down the streets.
The small hotel is Grand! Baroque style, where gold and red dominate the decor. The building itself dates from the 1500's.
... and story to help us understand the recent history of Czech Republic. We were ahead of most others in the tour new to Czech. as we had learnt quite a lot via museums and Vladamir in Cesky Krumlov. The 4 of us spent the afternoon on a tour of the range of sites in the 'Jewish Museums in Prague'. The major Jewish landmarks included -the Spanish synagogue (so-called as when it was rebuilt in 1868 Moorish styles were in fashion) with ...
... Suddenly I found myself cheering for the little Slovak every time he had the ball, and he was the architect of most of Slavia's attacking plays.
With 20 minutes to play Slavia got a goal back through a lovely worked move around the box which was finished off by Vosahlik across the keeper from the right hand side.
As I said to my new American friends earlier, all it ...
... it might be a good idea for anyone who was interested to include some general pricing on each of the places I go. Might go with the following (any suggestions welcome):
Standard restaurant meal = 80Kc
Transfers = £50 from London to Prague airport, €60 from Prague to Berlin
Public transport = 110Kc all day pass
Pint of beer in a pub = 40Kc
Bottle of takeaway beer = 15-20Kc
Coffee = 40Kc
Until next ...