Lindner Hotel Prague Castle
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... on, some of the old city gates. After a bit more wandering, we stopped for a couple of beers and a very measly plate of chips, before slowly heading back towards our hostel. We decided en route not to risk cooking in the awful hostel kitchen, so opted for a Lebanese restaurant on the way home instead.
We stopped at the local supermarket on the way home, and bought milk and a few things for breakfast. After braving the horrible ...
... s Jewish sites remained in tact so we can see them today.
Our private guide, Gabriela, was not Jewish, but she knew so much about Judaism and the history in Prague you would never guess she wasn't. She took us first to a memorial to the 78,000 Czech Jews who died in the Holocaust. The memorial was an old synagogue that had been converted into a museum. The museum was empty except the walls were covered with the names of every last Jew who died. It ...
... Headed away, back to get the little train to the big train and finally back to Prague! We were pretty tired..
Arrived back in Prague, went to a bar for a couple of drinks to kill some time then went and had curries for dinner before we head back to the hostel to hopefully find our bags where we left them! Luckily they were just sitting in the unlocked room..
Walked back to the train station, our train arrived and we set up camp in our wee 6 bed cabinette for the night! ...
Yesterday we headed off on a 35km cycle to Karlstejn Castle which lies south west of Prague. Our group consisted of 5 English and a couple from Beirut Lebanon. Our guide Andrew was from Wisconsin USA which was nice for me having lived there for a while back in my youth :) It was an easy ride with cycleways pretty much all the way mostly beside the Vltava river. It didn't take long to get out of the hustle of bustle of Prague as we ...
... people are actually very, very nice, but it can be hard (or impossible) to break that initial icy barrier (so don't expect overly friendly wait staff if you are in a real Czech restaurant). There are also multiple sculptures throughout Praha commenting on how awful communism (or democracy—but these are less common) is. We were traveling by tram on our second day, and we passed by cement stairs in a park with what looked like a trail of incredible tall, incredibly creepy ...