Hotel Kampa - Stara Zbrojnice
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with the people in our hostel as well as met up with our friends from Berlin who had arrived that day. At 12:30 our bar closes and they took us all to a bar down in the Old Town which was pretty cool but fairly small and hot. I also really appreciate the non smoking in clubs and bars back at home as it was pretty cloudy and musty in the close quarters floors. I got back to the hostel pretty late but at least before sunrise this time! Needless to say it wouldn't be a very early morning ...
Today was just a day to feel sorry for myself. I was so sick and couldn't do anything. At about mid day I wandered downstairs to the lobby and got a wrap from a vending machine and straight back to bed! Finally by about 6-7pm I felt well enough to walk down to the shops and I got a quarter hot chicken, a couple of rolls and some mayonnaise! It was amazing. An early night tonight as I had to be up at 5.30 to get an early bus tomorrow ...
... try. Apparently Yung had seen videos of white people trying the noodles and then dying of spicyness so I think he was hoping for the same reaction from Steven. Much to Yung's dismay Steven had no trouble eating the spicy carbs and gave them the thumbs up instead.
Not long after the noodle eating we unexpectedly found ourselves in the middle of a 'Sangria party'. Our hostel puts on events each night to help create a more ...
... start of the climb. Of course there's a chairlift but Allison wanted to walk to the top. Bad idea. It's a very steep climb.
We eventually got to the top and then found out about the next 299 steps to the top of the tower. There's a lift but you have to pay for that so it wa up the steps.
It was a nice view out over Prague.
That night we walked down to the New Town, est 1368, for tea.
We found somewhere and ordered and while we waited the ...
... 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 ...