Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles)
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Prague
Wandering through the city, this time in the sun, made for a much more pleasant afternoon and we headed towards the main square, walking among stalls and street performers stopping to have a beer to wait for the famous skeleton clock to chime.
Having seen its performance, we continued through town, towards the piers to board a dinner cruise boat, promising jazz and a tasty meal for the 3 hour duration of the voyage – we should ...
... doing tours in English, Spanish, Italian French etc etc etc. tourists galore. My guide was Australian and really nice and knowledgable. We went to ee the concert hall and he was saying how good the acoustics are and I was like wish I could see a concert. There was a concert on that night so I got a flyer. I thought it was the while orchestra but just the string ensemble but more on that ...
... location, but I had a little bit of trouble finding my way back to the town center since it got dark quite quick (but eventually I found them and had dinner). Prague was a very ‘chill’ place, but it didn’t impress me as much as the other cities I would visit. Next up was Paris!
Paris and so much more:
Oh, Parieeee! After taking a train and heading towards my hostel, I got up the courage to go see the Eifel tower on my own that evening. I ...
... that will take us back to the States. Notice I didn't say home, because to me I am leaving home. I felt it the moment I stepped off the bus and said it every time we came back.
To put it bluntly, the trip back sucked. My bags were over weight and I was scrambling to rearrange everything. Thank God Andrew and Lisa had room in their bags for some of my more precious items, a few bottles of wine I didn't want ...
... more enjoyable. I thought it was quite entertaining when as I was leaving, the manager of the Hostel that greeted me 4 hours prior to this second rendezvous at 7 am asked if I was going for a nice stroll (naturally assuming that I was a guest at his fine establishment) and I reply, "You could say that". I walk/hike back and knock on the door of the sleeping cub, who kindly lets me in with a slight groan of acknowledgment. 2 hours later, we finish our bfast and then walk to our ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed