Hotel Suite Home Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
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... in its day.
Third impressions- the Praguites are as cool as the -8 Celcius temperatures outside. I'm sure that being overrun by tourists most months of the year probably leaves you a bit jaded, and 50+ years of domination by the cheerless Russians would limit the development of a sense of fun, but grouchiness appears to be the main qualification for a job in the local service industry.
Fourth impressions- Prague is much more affordable than some ...
... We set off to the hostel and just in the nick of time as the pain killers have stopped working their magic and Briony’s back starts flaring up again. A nice early night for us. Well we had hoped so.
During the night we had what seemed like a freight train coming through the dorm room for hours at a time. I was asleep due to staying up all day but Briony heard the whole lot. She spent the night plotting the death of the snoring in the two beds ...
... sit and savor our last hours there, so we huddled next to the propane heaters on a cafe terrace and shared some drinks. I finally got to try the "original" Budweiser, which was on my must-do list for the trip. It has a whole lot more flavor than the swill back home, but I'll take a Pilsner Urquell over it any day. From the terrace we saw a big group of college-age kids walking by on one of the many pub crawls, and trailing behind was a guy wrapped from neck to foot in ...
... We visited a few stops along the way including the incredible St Barbara’s Cathedral.
Kutna Hora is a small town, but the reason so many flock there is to view the bone ossuary. The ossuary itself was smaller than I imagined, I don’t really know how to describe it in any other way than to tell you it was haunting. There were chandeliers made of skulls, wall trimmings of femurs and bones stacked upon ...
... only to see the little Czezh lady sitting happily at the bus stop!! I repeat IDIOTS!! It was now about 7pm so our bus had long gone... We started looking at the map at the bus stop and realised we were completely buggered, the Czech lady realised that we were a bit ****** off and after chatting to her for a bit she kindly offered to give us a lift back to our campsite, she had her car just by the main tram stop so it was now just a case of waiting for ...