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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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... that impressive especially for how many people piled in to see it. Again our tummies were hungry so we decided to have some traditional Czech food. Well Geoff had goulash and I had a salad lol. Geoff really loved the goulash and I tried a bit and it tastes exactly like the one from home! We headed back to the hostel for a few drinks and this amazing dessert! It was two brownies with vanilla ice cream on top! It is so much better than the Keg or anywhere else ...
Wow what a fantastic city! We had a great day today as we walked around. Before we headed towards St Wenceslas square - which isn't a square as it is a wide road with a statue of him on his horse at the end in front of the National Museum - we paused for a coffee and a Czech specialty trdelnik which is a long strip of dough wound around a metal cylinder and cooked over hot coals until crisp and then dipped into ...
Our journey to Prague started with the night train from Budapest. The set-up was a bit different to the previous night train, as there were no compartments, just one big carriage with seats that faced each other in groups of four. Thankfully, this train was much quieter than the previous so for most of the journey we had a whole group of four seats to ourselves. The seats were a bit narrower and didn't recline quite as much as on the last one, but having the whole space across to ...
... drink steakhouse. That gave us a great start to the night, as we headed off to a five story dance club after dinner! This place was pretty unique, as it had 5 different bars in one. For the most part we were on the golden oldies floor! The next morning we went on a guided tour of old town Prague. It was great to hear the history of all of the sites. Seeing Prague castle was the highlight of the tour for me, it is the largest castle ...
... every domed tower, every gilded spire.
Prague is absolutely full of fantastic tunes and is probably most well known for its classical and jazz music. You can't go anywhere without hearing music playing, so for our first full day here we let the music be our guide by basing our wanders around picking up our concert tickets in one place at a certain time and being at the concert location at a certain time. Ticketed live performances ...