Hotel Kampa - Stara Zbrojnice
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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What better way to end my trip than in the beautiful city of Prague (Praha). I remember, back in 2009 when my high school concert choir competed at a choral festival in New York, and meeting all these girls from the Czech Republic. Looking back, I never would've thought I'd be here now! The city is absolutely amazing. Everyone has been asking me what ...
... with many pizza and pasta restaurants. No Turkish influence to be seen though - surprising because there were a lot of Turkish places in Vienna.
As is the case in most of these cities - Venice and Vienna included - jewelry shops everywhere. It really does beg the question about how do they pay the rent with so much competition ?
For John and Barb, found the Sex Machine shop near the hotel - Stephan said to say "hello from your ...
... progressed, I wandered across the prized Charles Bridge which links old town Prague to the other side of the river. It was extremely busy, so a darted my way across taking a few photos along the way.
On the other side, the very large Prague Castle was at the top of the hill. Slowly I meandered through the small streets and made my way up the castle. Again it was very busy, but the spaces were quite large, so it ...
... check out some of the town and then head to Cafe Louvre. This is a cafe that Einstein used to come to and relax during his time in Prague. It had been recommended to me by a friend and then by the hostel, so it was on the top of my list. The cafe is a multi level restaurant with an inner garden terrace and multiple little rooms to enjoy some food and a drink. The cafe seemed like a huge step up for me fanciness-wise for ...
We left Vienna early, wanting to spend as much time as possible in the only five-star hotel on our trip, Hotel Alchymist Castle Suites. The ride to Prague was nice, although long (about 5 hours), but it seemed to go by quickly inside a business class cabin of one of the more luxurious trains we've taken. Arriving in Prague around noon, we boarded the metro towards our hotel. After walking up a hill of cobblestone streets for about ten minutes, we found the ...