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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Arrived early afternoon to a beautiful warm sunny day after a 7 hour wait in Munich to take a half hour flight...grrrrr! Really enjoyed our shower and clean up this afternoon after the long flight, then went for a stroll around the local area, visiting Republic Square and The Old Town Square and walking along many small cobblestone streets. Definitely not wearing thongs again! We are staying in "The Old Town" ...
... which was actually more hard to come across than anticipated. Prague on a Sunday is not the most food friendly for starving college students. After finally procuring a successful meal, we randomly walked around the city for a few hours. We came across the Petrin Tower and sat at a memorial for Communist victims for a little bit. Then we decided it was time to bid Praha adieu and we set back for our 6 hour endeavor to Salzburg town, where we spent the rest of the day finishing homework. ...
Explored the Main Street some more. Went to the old town square. Ate a czech type donut. Cylinder pastry rolled in sugar cinnamon and flaked almonds Had czech sausage and old prague ham for lunch. Went across the river to see the Prague Castle. Such a big area in the old town. Walked across the Charles Bridge Dinner at local pub down the road. Average pork schnitzel and potato rosti with mince ...
From the main train station in Prague we bought 24 hr transport passes and caught the underground and then a tram to where our hostel was. Although it was little out of the city center it was cheap and easy to get to. After dropping our bags and having a quick clean up with travel wipes and clean clothes we headed back out to the city center. We met up with the walking tour in front of the Astronomical Clock walking and watched the it perform on the hour. The clock ...
Well, it's a Starbucks morning again, with our usual trek down 105 steps and walking to the local Starbucks! Great time for relaxing and watching people go by.
After our lattes, we took the metro a couple of stops (wish that I could remember them), then took a tram to Vysehrad Fort. We certainly had an interesting time of it getting into the fort once we exited the tram. Ended up trekkin' up a back street (well, ...