Hotel Praga 1
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Kitto was thinking about leaving, assuming it would be out of our price range. We checked a menu and were surprised that all the prices appeared extremely cheap.
I had a craving for bacon and poached eggs and Kitto got the omelette with with local sausage and a chilli hot chocolate. Upon paying we realised just how cheap things were in Prague, amazing!
With our early start to the day we where making good time, so we decided to make our ...
At the top we entered thru the gate into courtyard 1, then 2 then 3. We sat down in the shade to consult the map and found the tour we wanted to take. A family ticket for the basic tour served us perfectly, following the arrows and reading the signs. Several times we just went up some stairs out of curiosity and found a place of interest.
The tower is a place one really wouldn't want to be sent to. It is grim!, one can only ...
... in the city, I was so nervous to speak loud because I was embarrassed to be American since we learn everyday that pretty much everyone hates us everywhere. I finally told her that, and she laughed. She said no one really hated Americans in Prague, if anything, they try to be just like us. They listen to our music, try to dress in American clothes, feel really cool or rich when they eat mcdonalds or Starbucks, and want to speak English. ...
... Town. The tour guide, Martin, was phenomenal. He explained that he had to be, so we can appropriately tip him at the end. As it turns out, Martin was an architecture student, and explained the gothic, neo-gothic, Renaissance, and baroque styles. One of the most impressive stops in the tour was the astronomical clock, a 600 year old clock that displays the position of the Sun and Moon in the sky and other various astronomical details; a calendar dial with ...
... tram. Our hostel was so nice and the guy at the reception desk was from Cape Elizabeth, Maine! He started out teaching English in Europe and then ended up staying for a bit and getting the job at the hostel. Just meeting him made the world seem a little bit smaller and it was really cool. In the hostel, my school group (11 of us) had a whole room to ourselves. There were two full bathrooms, a small kitchen, and lockers for us ...