Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles)
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... knuckle!!!) and over 1000 beers to choose from...but 6 rotating on tap which made the choice a lot easier. After fuelling up we met the hens at hooters before pub crawling around prague. Being their first time we bypassed some of the main attractions, but really it was about the pubs. After a good 6 hours, and a bottle of gin for Jen, we were back off to the bus station for a long overnight bus to Geneva. But to ensure we didn't starve we headed back AGAIN to Pivovarsky and ...
For Christmas Ryan and I decided to chill out (haha not) in one of the most interesting cities I have ever come across - Prague. As per usual, we arrived by train to the city at 3 or 4am and lugged our bags through the cold in the direction of our hostel. It is important to note that our hostel was located in the north-eastern corner of Prague, and as first impressions go this was pretty horrific. The city resembled a Slovakia somewhat; ...
... built this way to confuse an invading army on the myriad of narrow streets. It also made it easier for the locals to corner them. This made me feel much better about getting lost in these old towns. Its not my horrendous sense of direction, they are built to be confusing! After the tour I went up the tower at the town hall. Yes another tower, but like the last one this had an elevator. The view was spectacular. Prague is such a beautiful place. The only downside, ...
... side shows were in the process of setting up for a festive event. We eventually found our way to the Palace which was crawling with tourists. In the Palace Mark proceeded to walk up the clock tower, a narrow 56 metres high with a dizzily narrow winding staircase. The view at the top was worth it.
Later we followed the ...
... and she pointed out the castle from a distance and explained its history and how its the largest castle still used in the world. We then saw the large theater and walked to the Jewish area. The reason it had been so well protected (as is the same as for the whole of Prague) is that Hitler had an admiration of it. He was going to conserve this Jewish area as a museum of "where the exterminated people lived" as our guide explained it to us. Very ...