Green Yacht Hotel
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... you can stick your feet into a tank of water (in the front window mind you) and have fish eat all your dead skin away. arrgghh!
We caught the number 22 tram up the hill. And I was very very thankful there was no walking up it. I hadn't realised that the castle was at such an elevation. But what a magnificent view when you walked across the 'drawbridge' (its used to be that but now its a road) and into the main entrance. You are probably about ...
... so, that our brains have over-flowed.
We finished off our day with a late lunch cruise on the Vitava River and then we walked back to the hotel.
In short, we saw everything and we loved it. It rained, we got soaked. Sue hated that because she is made of sugar and melts.
Well time to pack for our return drive to Vienna tomorrow, and then it is back home on Sunday.
... travel day home. Prague has been the exception to many things, and our experience with Peter from Prague Airport Transfers must be shared. First, the ease of having someone escort you and your family from airport to hotel is priceless. The drivers are very attentive and helpful, and provide insight into Prague as well as friendly service. I give Peter big thanks for his humor, honesty and pleasantries as he shuttled us from Hotel Clement to the airport. There are ...
... problem yet, bear with me. We toured Prag castle and stopped briefly to view St. Vitus Cathedral. Many other buildings dimly registered but the general impression is of a beautiful city nestled in lovely hills. Most buildings survived the War. The best part was walking back through the bustling parts of the inner city and then along the Vltava River. The Hilton is on the outskirts in New Town a good long walk.
... and make another one in another city and thus relieve Prague of tourism dollars and tax income. So the good burghers invited him over for a whizz-bang nosh up, got him pretty toasty with some quality Pilsner, then burnt his eyes out with a red hot poker and cut off his tongue, so he couldn't reveal his secrets to anyone else.
The next morning he woke up, feeling a little under the weather, and subsequently climbed up into the clock tower ...