Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles)
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... restaurant for Wed night and where the concert hall is. Got the metro back to our area, had dinner and went home. Vienna seems to be similar in some ways to other European cities with the historical stuff, but also has a good mix of fancy new buildings like Berlin, with interesting architecture. There is a big fancy black building close to us that is a bank, offices and hotel that has panels at all different angles, some of these new buildings look great, others not so ...
... Its Vladislav Hall is used for inaugurations, being the most important representative hall in the country. It is also home to a copy of the Czech crown. The castle itself was very cold and bland with bare walls and rooms and few furnishings etc.
In the Palace grounds is the Cathedral of St Vitus, St Wenceslas and St Adalbert (Katedrála sv. Víta, Václava ...
... We joined in and made some good friends that would ultimately lead to the following day becoming one of the best we have had.
Cesky Krumlov is a big hit with older tourists because of its beauty but the young travelers come for the pub crawl rafting trip. After stocking up on some very cheap beers a group of about 20 from all over the world were shuttled up river and put into big inflatable rafts. The Aussies all stuck together which ...
... We arrived into Prague at about 5.30pm, checked into our hotel and had a little time to rest up before a group dinner. We all caught a bus into the centre of Prague for a walking tour. This city is incredible! Absolutely beautiful. We went into the old Town square where we saw the Astronomical clock - they believe this is the most underwhelming tourist spot when you watch it go off on the hour (we didn't watch it though haha). Then we headed to the Charles Bridge. That was ...
... in the square. Not entirely sure how they were coping as they were wearing leather and crazy curled tipped shoes. Really bizarre but it was such a nice soundtrack to our visit. The square was really beautiful, and in Jess' words "It's like a square, but like a giant square". Nice one Jess...A* all around.
We decided to stop for some lunch at one of the many bar/restaurants overlooking the square. Everything seems a lot cheaper here than ...