- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... restaurant Jen had booked us into for (optional) dinner, where the beers are served by railroad. When I connected to wifi around 5:30pm to research something, Facebook messages came through saying that dinner had been cancelled and everybody was eating back at the hostel. My last stop was the National Museum which I thought was supposed to be open until 9pm every day. It had closed at 6pm and wouldn't have been free. Since the restaurant was near the Museum I decided to go there ...
... of churches, the guide told us that the Czech Republic has the highest population of atheists; young people no longer believing in the church. The majority of weddings are done at city hall or outdoor spaces. The treasure of Bohemia hidden out of sight, behind the gorgeous mosaic wall of the cathedral really evoked my imagination. The guide described the crown of King Charles IV. Seven keys are needed to unlock the treasure which are kept ...
... to building style. 20. Prague is a save city but there are golden rules: 1. If fights starts then it is stag dos as the Czechs are quite peace loving. 2. It is easy to get ripped off, don't eat in Old Town Square as they add stuff to your bill and try to tell you how much to tip. 3. If anybody offers to buy you a drink get up and go. 4. Tipping is about 10% 21. And then there is the 'Callum index' - A place is worth going into for eating and drinking if you pay no more than ...
... their everyday rubbish ( of all sorts) She was very plain with her description of the government, and politicians and really she could have been describing our politicians and government except we are not as broke as they are. We walked thru the old town stopping along the way with explanations of so many buildings and of course the clock tower. From here we walked down to the pier, and boarded a boat to do a cruise down the river Vltava , where they served us ...
... found a great bar, Korbel, which we ate at for lunch nearly everyday. It was small and cozy and we were able to watch the Olympics, unfortunately none of the important sports were on but it was still fun! We ate goulash which is basically cubes of roast in a beef gravy/soup with bread dumplings (like a dense bread) and potatoes with fried onions. The food there was always hearty whether we got potato soup or a chicken salad. The kolachy is better than the ones ...