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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... being the last Sunday of August. Numerous stages had been set up around the central area and they seemed to be competing with each other on the noise level. Spectators were sitting on the steps of building, the curb, or had brought their own chairs. Many in the blazing sun in over 30C; think my lot felt the heat worse than the locals, both of them were soon flagging. The squares were full of restaurants where people were sitting under the canvas ...
... off the train we wondered around aimlessly trying to figure out how on earth we were meant to get to the hostel. After queuing at about 5 different ticket offices we eventually found the right one and bought underground and tram passes for the next few days. We made our way to Plus Prague hostel, which is so much better than the one in Berlin, and made ourselves at home. The next couple of hours we spent getting to know our room mates Eliza and Alex and I made ...
... had decided to go to a local bar called Termix. We caught the Metro over there, the Metro in Prague is excellent and a lot simpler as there are only 3 lines, though we have still got confused a few times with going in the wrong direction! We went to a great small restaurant and pub near to where the bar was and enjoyed an excellent meal, much nicer than the night before. I find if you get out of the city the prices come down and the food is better, the place we went to the night ...
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We visited: St Wenceslas square The Old town Square where we saw heaps of Dutch football fans waiting for their game against the Prague club (and drinking and singing) The Astronomical clock LOTS of souvenir and crystal shops St Charles bridge The other side of the river John Lennon wall Swan peddle boats - and a ride in ...