Wellness Hotel Step
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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Got my all my tickets printed out.. I got as much of the school work done as I could (I'm still surprised by that tbh). I got all my physics stuff packed and ready and I still have one more exam to go to like two hours before my train leaves.
I still haven't realized I'm going somewhere. AGAIN. When you get spontaneous ideas like this, you don't really realize you're going somewhere until you actually get off a train/ bus/ plane in a different country/ city and then ...
... called 'Staročeské trdlo’ and sat down by the riverbank to enjoy it.
We took the afternoon pretty easy, just checking around the city (which is very easy to do by foot by the way) and strolled down St Wenceslas square which was the most modern looking part of the city. We finished off the day by having dinner at a nearby restaurant, which was quite nice. I can’t say that I enjoyed Czech cuisine much, its way too hearty for me.
... we had lunch of pizzas and other magnificent foods. When we all had stuffed our bellies with all sorts of foods we jumped onto another tram to take us to one of Prague's national’s museums. It was astounding at the amount of artworks there was to see, we left the museum when we got tried so we hopped back onto a tram and took the slow road ...
... shopping centre. We had dinner with Chet and Cathy and then called it a night.
Up to a full Buffet breakfast and onto the bus for a city tour of Prague with a local guide (She sounded like Dolph Lungren, which was kind of scary). We saw the new town in the morning, crossing Charles bridge and then in the afternoon, Dolph took us to the castle.
This morning we ...
... happened. Every hour until 9:00 pm a throng of people gather around the clock staring at it waiting for something magical to happen. When the clock strikes the hour, little statues on the sides start ringing bells, doors open and a parade of saints and other religious types take turns appearing in the doorways. This goes on for a little while and then it's over, someone called it one of the most overrated tourist attractions in ...