Hotel Praga 1
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... We played lots of games and had a great night. Another mini disaster happened when we thought our room had bed bugs- some shuffling of sleeping arrangements and WebMD-ing solved that problem.
Another day we took a tram into the city and got 100% completely lost. We ended up taking about 80,000 trams all over the place and tried to figure out where to go based on maps plastered with street names written in Czech. Once we mastered that, ...
... worth visiting. Whilst in Prague we also visited many of the main sights, Charles Bridge, Prague castle and the astronomical clock which is voted the 3rd most overrated tourist attraction in Europe. We also had some really good food and beer in Prague which included 2.5kgs of pork knuckles and ribs which Brenton devoured with the help of two other ...
We met our local guide, Olga, this morning for a 3 hour walking tour. Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and is often thought as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, its buildings date back to the 14th century. Lonely Planet says that Prague's beauty is equal to Paris!
It is indeed a beautiful city. Learned so much, saw so much! Don't know where to start!
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... that there are different types of sofas, some can be really comfy, offering a proper and pleasant sleep. However, it was not the case of that sofa. I could not make a single move after a few nights of destroying my back. The size of a one-meter-length might have been the reason!
A miracle happened after a week or so and one of the guys moved out (definitely not my influence)! I was offered a pretty decent room with a …wait for it… a queen (!!) bed ...
... and walked back to meet the boys at the Hostel. Hanging around the Hostel we found out that everyone was heading to the Holi colourfest. It’s like the one they do in India where coloured chalk is thrown around and everyone gets covered. They were leaving at one, so we all went out and bought plain white shirts. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect but it was so much fun! There was DJ’s playing and bars cranking. I teamed up with a cool American guy and we ...