Hotel Liliova Prague Old Town
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... day and catching the night train would mean we'd miss out on seeing other things we wanted to see. So we started looking up alternative ways of getting around it. In the process of doing this we also found out that getting into Croatia by train was going to be a major hassle, and we both agreed that the number of days we had to see Croatia was just not going to do it justice. So a new plan was formed to head to Prague, then Austria, then Budapest and fly ...
... restaurant for Wed night and where the concert hall is. Got the metro back to our area, had dinner and went home. Vienna seems to be similar in some ways to other European cities with the historical stuff, but also has a good mix of fancy new buildings like Berlin, with interesting architecture. There is a big fancy black building close to us that is a bank, offices and hotel that has panels at all different angles, some of these new buildings look great, others not so ...
... impressive. The views from the river were gorgeous. By about 6.30 I was starving and it was time to go seek out some dinner. George had recommended a place just off the main drag, down a few alleys. He said it might be a little tricky to find. He clearly does not know about Melbourne's alleys, I found it no problem. George made a good recommendation. Its a cute little place next to a canal, with a huge water wheel. I'm quite impressed. I think I'm going to like ...
... goings at the train station he'd been told of. For our last meal together we had traditional Czech food again and they were kind enough to have the driver taking them to the airport take me as close to my hostel as possible which wasn't a great distance, but was a blessing given the weather. It has truly been a delight to stay with people I'm familiar with and in an apartment not shared with strangers. Because while hostels and meeting new people is all part of the ...
... I scrambled to the bar to have a top up beer and keep the experience going. I left at the end laughing and giggling all the way to my bed, and ended up having a series of odd dreams, equal in strangeness to the extravaganza I’d just witnessed.
To temper the peculiarity of the previous night, I made my way to the sunny and beautiful gardens just outside Prauge Castle the next morning, and spent a happy afternoon wandering around inside to boot. The Cathedral and Palace ...