Jurys Inn Prague
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... we got there. We were not meant to cross Vltava River but it was nice to see the sites, again and again - honest. On our tram ride back to the hotel we were questioned by a ticket inspector and yes we did have valid tickets so we were okay. The inspector looked a bit like a ' dirty old man' not at all what you would expect a plain clothes ticket inspector to look like. For dinner we went to a nearby restaurant recommended by the Avalon Cruise team ...
... trails weren't very busy so it was nice and peaceful to walk around. I pretty much spent the whole afternoon walking around there before heading back to the hostel and finding something for dinner. After dinner, I had planned to meet up with Holly and Tim for a drink, and after some confusion (not finding each other - the problem of not having cellphones while travelling!) we had a drink, before it was time to head home and organise my stuff for the trip to Salzburg the next ...
... close together and in pedestrian friendly zones. There is an underground train system as well as a complex network of trams but for the most part the next thing on the list is probably within a few hundred feet.
Lots of small tour companies offer free walking tours of the Old Town and the Jewish Quarter so we took advantage of a free tour from the same company that sold us our beer tasting and pub crawl ...
... town was a long walk from there. We could get a small shuttle bus or keep on traipsing. Never ones to turn down a physical challenge, we massaged our feet (Steph's were bleeding by then) and hit the trail. Exhausted, we arrived back in the city for a boozy dinner with good mate and fellow recent ex-pat Andrew Greene, and collapsed for a night of well earned sleep. We had just a few boxes left to tick on our final day. One of those was the Jewish quarter. Really interesting ...
The sides of the hill below Prague Castle wre covered with productve gardens which are slowly being restored and opened to the tourist public. Fürstenberg Gardens is ten narrow terraces mixing fruit trees and roses with buildings built into the hillside and terraces over the roofs. I keep seeing medlars growing in Europe and getting more enthusiastic about growing them, such beautiful ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJurys Inn Prague
An awesome hotel, near the center and so modern! The food was excelent and the recepcionist were great.
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