Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... also put itself on predictive text and I couldn't get it off and I'd left my guidebook at the hostel) I stomped off in search of the Astronomical Clock instead which when I eventually found it, I had missed it chime by 15 mins! Arrrgh! Finally got my phone off predictive text (thanks mum for googling on my behalf!) before going back to the castle.
It was a lovely castle, well worth all the hassle ...
... to the castle. I asked the guards at the front gate if they were the kind who weren't allowed to talk, and didn't get a response. I said, "I'll take that as a no." What I would have liked to ask them is where to go to see the spot of the famous defenestration of Prague. Instead, I just walked in and wandered around, hoping that I'd find a sign or somebody who knew.
Inside the walls, it's basically a small town. There are a few shops and ...
... remember this is the beautiful art nouveau concert hall and multipurpose facility. I decided to take a tour (without the tour all you can see is the lobby), but I had to wait for the afternoon tour a 4pm. I decided to check out the Mucha Museum in the meantime.
Alfonse Mucha (MOO-kah) was a painter and graphic designer in the turn-of-the-century bohemian style. He, along with Toulouse Lautrec, essentially created the ...
... crows and the bells chime. It was quite cool to say we have done it but it was not the most exciting thing we had ever seen. We headed back to the markets we were at the night before to get some lunch. Chicken breast, sausage and traditional potato dish to share. Then Mum you won't be happy with this but but we had a Cronut...a cross between a croissant and donut, it was delicious but not that good for the waist line! We bumped into Paul and Pam who came to ...
... broken and would not go down like the others. So imagine, six people cramped into bunks, sweating, hungry, thirsty, and miserable. FOR 17 HOURS! I plan to file some sort of formal complaint about this, it was brutal. This was unexpected and consumed hours from planned activities in Prague "Day One". The reason the trip extended is unknown, possibly due to the recent flooding in Prague. To note; I did not fully understand travel days when planning this trip. So ...