Hotel U Divadla
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
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... below, the Prague Castle is a magical sight and we were all equally excited to see this top attraction. After walking up numerous steps to the entrance of the castle grounds at the top of the hill we started off with a tour of St. Vitus Cathedral, which is Prague's main church. I've seen many churches throughout my travels but I'd have to say this one by far tops them all in terms of the history it contains, it's massive size and how beautiful and ornate the church ...
... place (I really can’t remember), we got the biggest surprise ever! I was standing at the bar when out of the corner of my eye I see what looked like Tom’s face (Tom from home, not our new friend Tom). I thought to myself, "Hmm…that can’t be right! Tom and Caitlin can’t be here because they’re in Poland right now….no….the vodka is playing tricks on my eyes." Then two seconds later, Rach runs past me screaming, “TOM!!! CAITLIN!!!” ...
... sit and savor our last hours there, so we huddled next to the propane heaters on a cafe terrace and shared some drinks. I finally got to try the "original" Budweiser, which was on my must-do list for the trip. It has a whole lot more flavor than the swill back home, but I'll take a Pilsner Urquell over it any day. From the terrace we saw a big group of college-age kids walking by on one of the many pub crawls, and trailing behind was a guy wrapped from neck to foot in ...
... So that is what we went with. It also included a river cruise, a variety of tours, such as Prague Castle and the Jewish Quarter, and was valid for 48 hours. Today we did the basic circuit and tomorrow will do the other 3. Obviously buses can't get into the city centre so we were walked the 1.5 km by a guide who then told us the interesting things about the Old Town. He also told us where to, and not to eat, the cheapest places to buy ...
... out just such a place and stumbled upon a great little blues bar hidden beneath the glitzy Christmas lights of Prague. It had everything a troll would could need subdued lighting, cold stone walls, musty smells and even a well under the stairs, seating was a mix of old sofas and cheap chairs. The bar was called Blues Sklep, which is apt as Skelp in Russian loosely translates into Tomb. Jamming on the tiny stage behind the fog of cigarette smoke was a so so band playing some ...