Hotel Am Goldenen Hufeisen
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... expand out starting on flat terrain and then move up into the surrounding mountains, incredibly beautiful. So, back to the park; we took a gondola up to the top of the hill and walked around the gorgeous rose gardens and walkways in the hills, as well as searching for the mirror maze that tempted our mysterious side but ended up saying no as we had to pay, have to be cheap on these trips. We ended up at this hole in the tree line where I think I've taken the ...
... American guy in front must have overheard us and turned around and was like "ooo we have some Aussies here", to which I quickly corrected him! Anyways we got chatting and he was basically trying to convince us to come along to some bar crawl. Sounded fun but I think our barcrawl days are over plus we have a long day of driving ahead of us tomorrow so I think we'll settle for a few drinks in our hostel with some dinner!
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... the wine waiter was 'that word again' Most red wines still use corks and so it was decanted first.
We did not take photos of every course - hopefully I will add a selection of some courses.
English was spoken and we just had to speak slowly.
The wine list was huge (so were some of the prices)
It has been rated as the best restaurant in the Czech Republic and has 1 Michelin star (the ultimate in rating systems)
Before we got to the restaurant we got ...
... some taste better then others. Pubs/restaurants that are better about cleaning out their tube system serve much better beer and one can notice the difference. Pavel and I tackled a pork knuckle together. It was nice being reintroduced to this old friend...the pork knee that is...Pavel is a great guy too. I learned that the pork knee is a Czech staple and it is prepared a little bit differently where ever you go here. ...
... old town centre where we were staying in a quaint apartment, unchanged since the Cold War. It was, however, a fantastic location which we thoroughly enjoyed. We were able to walk across the famous Charles Bridge and into the city easily, surviving the horizontal sleet which descended in the evening. Down is a wonderful thermal material! Prague is a beautiful city which seems to have been ...