Hotel Praga 1
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... is sheer size and beauty, took a few pictures and then headed out. I had seen earlier, people at the height of one of the points of the castle. So we went around and found the spot, having skipped everything so far we decided to pay the approximately 6 euros of 150 Koruna (Czech currency). The 258 stairs in a rounded staircase went quickly as I was itching to get to the top. At the top we grabbed a bunch of pictures of the incredible views. We could ...
... entry fee.
From there we walked to a dinner restaurant and were absurdly impressed by the quality of the food. Melissa still hasn't stopped talking about that meal. After that we went to the Prague Beer Museum, a pub that has an absurd beer selection. I had a blueberry beer that I wish I could just have bought a keg of. We went back to our hostel after that and went to bed.
The next morning we headed to a very well-known bakery for breakfast, only to find that ...
... warm to freezing and wet (probably not helping with the sickness) so we went back to camp around 6pm and had dinner at the restaurant there followed by an early night! No real urgency to return to Prague, although it would be nice to go when I was feeling better! The currency was annoying so to with the pub crawl salespeople, though this shouldn’t mask the beauty of the actual city, maybe it’s the sickness talking! N & B ...
... informative in the short time allotted for the tour.
The weather was perfect for the cruise, the buffet was good and the jazz/pop quartet on the top deck was entertaining. It was a nice change from the steady diet of classical music. Our table mates when we first arrived on board were two elderly British ladies, who insisted we share their bottle of wine...they were tipsy after about a half glass, very funny. We navigated through ...
... felt a tap on our shoulders. It was friends of ours from Toronto, that we had met at the train station in Berlin a few days before. Scott wrote them an email saying we were going to this club and asked if they wanted to join us. We never heard back from them. However, there they were. Once they got there we had such a great time. We tried Absinthe and then took a randomized survey of where everyone in the club was from. We ended our night out at a very late hour in great spirits.