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... friends who were flying in that morning to pick up the same bus, but not the end of the world. We get a taxi to the hotel, around £9 equiv and meander our way through the Old Town streets. Day 4 - The Hotel We arrive at Hotel Leonardo and the outside seems nice, tucked away in a terrace on an adjacent street to the main road, the location seems good and I can see a few small bars around us to keep us entertained. We go to check in ...
... previous afternoon. We assumed you had to cross the Charles Bridge, get to the arches and the first road, turn right, turn right and walk up to the river again. But no. There was a café at the end of this space and no access to the 'marina' at all. WTF. We went back around to where we went on our boat ride, and he explained that you had to actually go inside the second last café, walk past the bar, through the restaurant, out onto their beer garden ...
... it over an open flame. Just to keep pace with this bad dietary choice, I made too many meals out of the sausage and sauerkraut on offer.
Fifth impressions- Czechs are justifiably proud of their beers but they tend to give new meaning to the term 'power drinking'. They drink a lot (apparently more beer per capita than any other nation in the world including neighbouring Germany), and they drink everywhere and at any time of the day. In 1951, Prague ...
Almost done with this unforgettable adventure. After 59 days I'm starting to forget what all I've done and all I've seen. I've refrained from visiting my old pictures until I get home. I didn't want to look too far back until I had finished my trip and could experience those past places as a sort of surprise. I haven't even looked back into my blogs - but I'm so happy that I did one. At first my blog was a way for my friends and family to ...
... interior and the lavish Smetana Concert Hall. Right then and there we decided to take in a concert that evening to see the interior and enjoy the music of Dvorak and Smetana in beautiful surroundings (the interior can be seen by attending a concert or paid tour). Walking through the Powder Tower (part of the 14th century city wall) along Celetna Street back to the Old Town Square we viewed the statue of Jan Hus, a hero of Czech freedom and Protestantism executed in 929 - a Czech ...