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... Yum! And bonus….only set us back $4 for the whole meal, spring rolls and a drink! Catching the tram into town we grabbed our wristbands, were taken on a short walk down into the underground of a pub ready for the infamous HOUR OF POWER! So the hour of power consisted if an hour of UNLIMITED vodka and absinthe shots and beer and wine. This was going to be deadly!! We first off had to try an absinthe shot which is made here in Prague. It was disgusting! I could ...
... take any more reservations. Luckily, Mark and Gayle were already there for dinner, so they grabbed a bigger table and we made our way over there to meet up with them.
I tried my very first beef tartar as well!!! Ashley has been raving about it but I have always been a little nervous to eat it - raw egg and raw beef? But it was really delicious! And where else to try it for the first time than in Prague?
Friday morning we again ate ...
... was let off. The security guard told me we could have only one litre of liquid total between us which sounds a bit absurd. Adam had 2 bottles of water and a Fanta confiscated and thrown in the bin by his security guard. Glad I didn't get him, he might have binned my wine, then I'd have been super mad. We bought it from the organic farm where we had lunch on our Florence in one day tour. That ordeal over, we went to look for our departure gate. We had time to burn so we had ...
... next to the church of St.George. A Romanesque palace was erected here during the 12th century. In the 14th century, under the reign of Charles IV the royal palace was rebuilt in Gothic style and the castle fortifications were strengthened. In place of rotunda and basilica of St. Vitus began building of a vast Gothic church, that have been completed almost six centuries later. During the Hussite Wars and the following decades the Castle was not inhabited. In 1485, King Ladislaus ...
... to step out. Although the hotel seemed to be in the middle of nowhere it really wasn’t, I found out the next day that the city centre was just a quite stroll down to the main shopping district
Back home I was advised by my friendly travel agent that to visit Prague Castle it would be a good idea to book a short half day tour, what with the castle being quite high up the climb on foot might be a little tough for me, I ...