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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the back side of the castle and then swung around the front. We saw the royal gardens, some amazing palaces, and had a great time catching up. Jana is a wonderful hostess who's quite bright and kept us entertained. Nine is a fun age. I think she wants us to move here now.
We said our goodbyes to Marcella and Jana and Matt hung around a bit for a couple beers at Lokal, a nice beerhall just far enough away from the center to be mostly ...
... in a few other things between the rain and the cute dentist!!! One of our main activities was the beer and beer snacks!! Hey, it was bad weather afterall! If we thought Belgium was beer capital of Europe, think again!! Belgium has it in the bag in terms of the number of different types of beer available, but Czech Republic LOVE their BEER!! (PIVO in Czech). They have the highest beer consumption in the world – more than 156 litres of beer per capita annually. Their beer is ...
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The environment for drinking beer n the Czech Republic covers the entire range of imagination, clientele, location, levels of service and dare I say, outright determination not to be without! In terms of pubs and hostelries (or hospoda) the core group of beer drinkers are rural, there being only one million people in Prague itself. The rural pub is typically pretty ...
... on a 10 min walk to stock up and gave mike free licence to buy whatever he wanted to make dinner, only fair. Got everything we wanted and started back home, the boys got waylaid in an "absinthe" bar, every second shop is an absinthe bar here. Matt bought a bottle to bring back, not my taste but they had a couple each, and Jenna had hers with lemonade.
Next day we went exploring, over the Charles bridge, up to the Prague Castle, found lovely cafe at the ...
... even in the drizzle. We came to the conclusion that it probably wouldn't stop raining any time soon so decided to brave the wet and walk around the palace.
There was a cute couple who had just gotten married taking photos under the cathedral entrance and we also managed to see the changing of the guards which was comical and a little dramatic. We found a Starbucks right near the main gate and grabbed a coffee for our walk to the John Lennon ...