Hotel Augustus et Otto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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My final city on my European adventure of 5 months. It's flown and its lasted forever and there was no better place to end it than in Prague. After a 4.5h bus ride from Vienna that had wifi, mini tv screens on each seat with movies, radio, documentaries etc we were ready for Prague. Arriving just on dark we found our hostel after battling the cobblestone roads and flights of stairs (don't take 30kgs on wheels in Europe) and checked in. This place was ...
... on strike so had to take a metro to the Airport and arrived only 15 mins before boarding. Luckily Brant still had time to fit in a beer, he really needed it! Arrived in Prague in the afternoon, such a beautiful impressive old city, DAY 9 Prague Jumped on a tour bus to get our bearings around the City, then walked around for the rest of the afternoon and tasted the local cuisine and beers. Their bread is a little different, expensive, hard as a rock and basically could be used ...
... to see, and it was very impressive.
I went to the Cathedral of the Assumption only because it is the oldest cathedral in middle Europe (founded in 1142), but it wasn’t very impressive to see. I spent a little bit of time there and then went into the old town. I walked around the city for a bit and checked out the Cathedral of St. Barbara, but again, it wasn’t that impressive. The outside of the building was pretty nice looking, ...
... I got back it was 4pm and prime nap time. After a refreshing nap and chill out I made my way to the banks of the river for twilight. It was spectacular. I saw the bridges, the palace and a few other fancy buildings lit beautifully and stumbled across a free concert where a band were doing bluesy jazz covers of popular songs (when I say down they were doing Lady Gaga's Poker Face very well). When it was getting dark and late I made my way back stopping by the basilica which was lit ...
... and evening was spent indulging in some mulled wine (it was the only way to keep warm) and some welcome drinks at the bar where we were staying (in a slightly sketchy area of town), getting to know our fellow group members. It was a very tame evening for me, and after having seen the state of some people the following morning, I was pretty happy with my relatively early ...