Hotel Kampa - Stara Zbrojnice
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the Charles Bridge. Found a Czech restaurant on the river, where we enjoyed local comforts like Potato Pancakes with smoked meat and bacon gravy, along with a sauerkraut wrapped escalope of chicken. Two glasses of "young" Czech chard and we are now off to bed! Big walking day tomorrow... Starting with funicular up to Prague Castle. Night ...
Using Nats 21st trip to Prague as a little test of this whole blogging thing! So Kieran gave me a note to tell me to pack for three days, leave my passport at home and ask no further questions (which I obviously didn't stick to much to Kierans annoyance)... On the 18th June Kieran picked me up, the whole journey I was looking out for signs - where was he taking me? After a lot ...
... Thus Prague has the usual range of Irish pubs, local drinking holes, the full range of themed Bars, Sports bars, Jazz clubs, night clubs (including the salubrious establishments on Wenceslas Square owned by various types of people who would probably pass the English Football Association's 'Fit and Proper Persons Test' but wouldn't be able to get a visa from any honest government anywhere in the world) plus, every restaurant, cafe and even the food stalls ling the sides ...
... their own idea. I have no idea if they made it to the castle that afternoon, but I know I did - exactly the way I'd thought.
The cathedral is spectacular. Just as I arrived a military band was marching into the grounds. At any point I expected to reach a ticket booth of some kind but it never happened. The cathedral is free to get into and you can take pictures inside, too. For some reason stained-glass windows never look as incredible in pictures as they do in person. ...
... stretch of wall with pretty much nothing to do with John Lennon on it and hoards of posers attempting to look 'alternative'. We returned to the hostel with a litre bottle of £2 wine (something we optimistically believed would last us longer than one night) to be greeted by the Glaswegians and drinking games...there was only one way this would end. We proceeded to find the dingiest, graffiti covered cellar bar in the entire city and took advantage of it's 40p glasses of wine. ...