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This is owned by the family I work for. It was land owned by a castle, but during WW2 the land was stolen from the wealthy, eventually sold back to many people, and then completely bought out by the mother I work for, Martina. I got to tour the entire place and was blown away. It is on the most beautiful land, with the most modern, clean and nice stables that I have ever seen in my life. I was lucky because today, there was a wedding on ...
... It had a great atmosphere which just made you feel instantly at home and very welcome, unlike the last couple of places I stayed it. As I was checking in I experienced a moment which would have any Friends fan in stitches. Right behind the check in counter is spiral staircase and 2 guys walked in the door carrying an antique couch and began trying to manoeuvre it around the corner of the stair case and and calling to each other in Hungarian. All I could see in my head was Ross ...
... it up and took us all for a horse and carriage ride through old town, we felt just like royalty!
On the following days we did so much more exploring, including walking around the famous Jewish quarter, finding a cafe with a delicious desert menu, and as always found ourselves back at the brewery like locals.
But before we knew it, it was time to pack up and head on out...
Crazy to think we had a family Christmas holiday in ...
... br> The New Town has its own athmosphere. It's not full of tourists, but full of people rushing to their jobs or from jobs home. At night it's just full of young people looking for parties, clubs, pubs. Tourists show up, looking for beautiful girls and cheap beer.
Prague is simply an amazing city with many faces. You find so many things there, so you would have to spend at least half a year there to discover half of that.
Good luck :)
... its a joke now like most historic places turned into tourist traps. We walked to the other side of the river, crossing the bridge, and found a John Lennon wall, which is a wall of graffiti and poetry with a few posters of John's head and a peace sign on it, not worthy of more than a glance unfortunately.
Unfortunately that was it for the old town and the most impressive things to see in the city, other than the palace which I couldn't be bothered seeing.
I get ...