Design Metropol Hotel Prague
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a "Munji" and vegetables and another bottle of Baileys. Another great evening even though we remained in our own apartments - did not want to catch Hammy's bug.
Monday morning we set off to see the Dancing House(or the Fred and Ginger House) a very unusual building and then continued sightseeing around that area and ending up crossing the Charles Bridge again from the opposite side. Then it was back home for lunch around 2 pm. We set ...
... crowded, a woman was crying to security as her bag was snatched with all her cards money and everything. We held on tightly to our bags and got undercover as the rain started. We took cover in the UG train station, did a quick food shop at the little grocery mart and headed home. As soon as we were inside the apartment the storm really hit. Thunder, lighting and lots of rain. So we made our noodles, shared a beer. Had a hot tea and chocolate and watched Man of steel while listening to the ...
... in but said afterwards it was cool. We wandered on through New Town, which is just like any other town but with nice buildings (just shops and traffic everywhere). I wanted to visit the Jewish cemetery because I find cemeteries and headstones good and interesting to photograph, and today being dull and rainy would have been perfect. But when we got there we found out we'd have to buy a ticket to go into the cemetery and synagogue. It would have cost the ...
... thing we had a landmark. If you managed to find the Powder Tower (once used to store gunpowder) then you could make your way to the hotel.
Next day same same but different. With nothing organized the four of us wandered to Charles Bridge before the crowds got there taking our time to visit the Lennon Wall, wander past the water wheel, through a couple of parks back across other bridges and generally enjoying the vibe of the city. Some of the ...
... and bulky. It was about a 15 minute walk to the post office, so you could imagine how uncomfortable that would be with a 7kg box in your hands. But thankfully the low cost of sending the boxes made up for it. It was only about 30 euro to send my parcel. On the way back to the hostel we stopped into the supermarket to spend the last of our Czech money and we bought a feast and then had a picnic in our room before calling it an early ...