Hotel U Zlateho Jelena (Golden Deer)
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... threatened. Ah yes, I speak of the lovely Czech Ticketing Inspectors if you were yet to catch on. Now, before you shake your head and tell me how cheap public transport in Prague is, we've all done it. Conciously. Sub-conciusly. Fare evaded. More often than not, you tend to get away with it. Which leads you to do it again... and again. Though when you are least expecting it, a medal ceremony proceeding an escalator race will be closed-down by two less ...
It had been a very full day so we headed back to our accommodation and ate at a bistro very close to Hotel Adeba.
Will & Coral had done a Segway tour of Prague which took them around the central areas, parliament buildings and to the castle via Charles Bridge (via the bottom).
... day on the tourist trail today - I am falling asleep as I type. The kids can't keep up with all the walking and tend to lose interest as their energy flags. So we decided to take an electric golf buggy tour of the city. Electric golf buggy, you ask?? Yes, good question! You can get a tour around Prague in just about any kind of vehicle that you can think of. We've seen: - horse and carriages; - segways; - stretched vintage alfa romeos; - any number of ...
... the airport as this was only going to cost 54kc each.. approx $1.20cent. Anyway as mentioned earlier, the departure... Metro no problems, arrived at the Bus depot found the ticket office..but alas the finacial controller had cashed all our foient , no money for ticket.
Looking at each other all we could see was the yellow car and smiling taxis driver.€20 later we are on our way to catch the plane. Screwed again by the bloody taxis ...
... As he started singing "Imagine" the tourists just stood so awkwardly in the background and only joined in during the chorus but they clearly didn't know the lyrics. It was possibly one of the most awkward renditions I have ever seen. We couldn't handle it anymore so we continued walking and climbed up the stairs to Charles Bridge and had a leisurely stroll back to the main city centre (along with all the hundreds of other tourists).