Travel Blogs from Prague
We've stayed at Orion hotel, a nice 3* hotel, clean, quiet and with a nice breakfast. We visited all the important attractions (Hrad Palace complex, St. Charles Bridge, Jewish Quarter, Old town square, Petrin tower) and some more (like Lobcowitz museum- the only one the really worths its price). Almost all the attractions cost much more than they " …
... because Vlad really wanted Port to win). This ended up being a big big day, because we met a number of great people, including Jason and Brad from the Latrobe Valley. We had dinner at the open bar on the square where Ivan and Vlad had slabs of ham cut right off the bone in front of them. Delicious!! Then it was back to the Mexican place where they were having a seven year anniversary party. It went off that night, the tequila was ...
... Working on the site they earned money, hence, they
were able to buy food for their families."
Denise and I were able to get some great shots of Prague. After climbing up, what felt like, so many steps to observatories and towers, I opted not to climb up the observation tower steps that has been given the name of Prague's Eiffel Tower. For more information, you can read it here: ...
... others in Czech. Very beautiful in a more simplistic style than the Gothic etc we usually see. On our return to our apartment we had walked over 12 kilometres with our return journey slightly down hill. After the disappointment of not being able to book at a recommended restaurant we decided to treat our selves to the upmarket Tri Stoletti. It didn't disappoint as it was the best food we ate in Prague. To our surprise the bill at the end of the night was almost the same as a pub ...
... I think it is roughly $1 Aus buys 20 Czech Koruna. This was the first challenge, knowing how much money I was actually spending because I wasn’t used to this sort of exchange. The next hurdle was getting from the airport in Prague to the hostel we were staying. We knew roughly where the hostel was and that was about it. We bought an all day pass for 110 Koruna and fumbled our way into the city via a bus then 2 trains until we got to the suburb on the map ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed