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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... down 'juice'. It wasn't particularly pleasant but we ate it anyway.
In the afternoon we decided to go on another 'free' walking tour of the city. I found the one in Berlin a great introduction to the city and helpful as a starting point to figure out what else (if anything) I wanted to see in the city. We grabbed some cheap falafel pitas for lunch on our way to join the tour.
Our tour guide David, was a young ...
... you get tired after a short while though, especially when you canīt get to the fridge due to a mountain of empty (L) bottles between you and your breakfast.
I am still proud of myself that I managed to stay in that Haunted House for an unimaginable span of two weeks.
What followed was a running away to a place of friends (as I thought so). Unfortunately, no bed was left in the house so I had no other possibility but to sleep on a sofa. Please ...
... buildings. Using a city map and some intuition was found our restaurant just outside of Wenceslas Square. The restaurant had long wooden tables and benches, allowing for unrelated groups of people to intermingle. The place wasn’t too busy yet, so we grabbed a corner of the table and ordered a couple of beers. The Czech Republic is known for their crisp lager known as Pilsner. The largest brewery is Pilsner Urquell, which you can even find ...
... was far posher than some hotels I have stayed in. For only GBP30.00 I had not been expecting to have our own private rainforest shower. The room was chic, it was clean and most important of all it was relatively central.
We started our exploration by taking a tram ride to the area surrounding the castle, our first stop was for lunch where I was introduced to potato pancakes which has since fuelled a slight obsession ...
... out to the castle and river Vltava. The astronomical clock is meant to be the third most disappointing tourist attraction in Europe after the Mona Lisa in Paris and the Glockenspiel in Munich. First impression probably go along those lines for me although I had never heard of it before. Once our guide Filip fully explained all the different things that it could tell you and represented you appreciated the clock a lot more. I suppose that’s like most things, once ...