Lovely Prague Apartments
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We completed our tour of Prague with a visit to the Lesser Quarter, which lies at the base of the Prague Castle. This area houses many embassies and Czech government buildings in its many villas and palaces. We walked through a lovely formal garden and through narrow lanes, a glancing up from time to time to see the castle above us. We stopped an a little bridge over a canal to learn about the famous Charles Bridge and to sample a bit of medieval Prague-a sweet ...
... t translated, but our server happily took the time to translate everything for us. I ordered the burger which came out a little rarer than I would have liked, but it was still great. Phil got the "local" quesadilla just to try something different. From dinner, we walked the 3 miles back to the train station and settled in for our 8 hour ride to Krakow. Seeing Auschwitz today was amazing--see my next entry for more ...
... a tour guide tell his rather large flock that a restaurant had a terrace that overlooked the square from the rooftop. So after a look through the Jewish sector of town we sat above and feasted our eyes on the rooftop level of Prague. It really was one of those special moments, Sherree having a warm broth and me having a cold Czech beer just checking out all the church spires Before lunch we visited the Jewish Ghetto which was decimated during the Second World War; something like ...
... all decided to shop because we had not anticipated how cold it would be on our trip and none of us were very prepared. I had to buy a scarf and some long sleeve shirts for layering. The mall was right next to our hotel and 5 stories! Oh, I also needed another pair of boots because I only had one pair, and I knew I was never going to wear the sandals I packed (bad idea). After shopping and taking a much needed nap, we went to ...
... to the hotel and fell asleep again until 8am.
Breakfast at the hotel was pretty good, a selection of cheeses, croissants, bread, scrambled eggs, sausages, yoghurt and cucumbers. Plus really awesome hot chocolate!
After breakfast Paul and I ventured to the central railway station and enquired about a train to vienna. We ended up booking a train straight to Zagreb and then went to prague castle!