Hotel U Jezulatka
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... more of the country after our small taster of Berlin.
The train to Prague took 5 hours and was pretty comfortable for the first 3 hours of the journey. We nabbed a 6 seat compartment which 2 Spanish? girls joined us in. The girls immediately settled in to sleep whilst Steven and I occupied ourselves with our devices and ate lunch. The sleeping girls were quiet and acted as a solid deterance for ...
... we headed towards the Charles Bridge crossed it and caught a tram to the palace, and then the heavens opened, so we ran to the opening gate and went into the church, and looked at the surrounding walls - and then the tour finished overall very interesting but to much information for my little head We made our way back down by ourselves, to the jewish ghetto fora better look around, the back into the square bought a yummy gelato and sat in the rain eating, ...
... of noise. The water in the hand basin came out brown when I put the hot water on - but then it cleared. When we went down to go for our walk around, the man was quite chirpy and helpful. He asked if we wanted to eat locally and gave us a card to show at the "Spirit Bar" about 100 metres up the road.
We walked back to the station a shorter way, but the cobble stones will play havoc with the wheels on our bags. We're really only 15 minutes ...
... to the medieval and renaissance churches in old world Europe. Prague residents have been divided about the church since it was built. Some think it is an abomination. Others think it is great. The church is located in a park surrounded by 19th century blocks of flats, and just outside the church was a Christmas market where we did some shopping and had lunch of Bosnian burgers. Next we got on the ...
... our bags in there for the day. Finally!! We are all dreading coming back to misplaced bags..
Off into town we go as we are booked onto a tour to go out of Prague to the town of Kutna Hora to see the Bone Chapel and some other things. We had to meet at 11am in the centre of town. Met up with the Salamander tour people then we had to walk to the Bohemian Bagel place, wait around, buy tickets then to be told that one of the tour leaders had called in sick for the day so ...