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... through the subway and trams and then walk successfully to find the hostel. The hostel itself is insane...so different from the one in Berlin, like, this is practically luxury! It has a bar; restaurant; pool and sauna! (So cool!!!) We spent the afternoon chilling and sorting our stuff out, then headed to the supermarket to buy food and water. We also found an ice cream shop where the icecream worked out about 50p! Its so cheap its untrue! Our fellow ...
Another beautiful morning, the suns out, and ready to leave at 9 to send all we can. We visited the astronomical clock to see it on the hour, a little like the munich one but been and gone a lot quicker. At the old town square we hired an old car for half an hour to take us over to the otherside of the bridge to see the outside of the palace and surrounds. Only visited the outside as nearly done with them. Had lunch then got ready for the tour of the Kutna hora, it's over ...
... down at Vaclav Havel International Airport (PRG), we were won over by the Czech Republic. The purpose of this first entry is only a summary. Upon our return, we'll parse through the photos, our daily reflections and do a more thorough trip report here and at Trip Advisor. Follow us on Twitter @MurkyPig for more. Thursday, August 21 (Arrival) Prague airport is a modern facility, but there is no direct rail access into the city. AAA taxi stands, local ...
... Being Friday, like most cities it gets busy so we decided to go back and sit in our nice park just outside our apartment and people watch.
Sat. June 7In the distant hill from us we saw a path and steps to get up there, people bike, in-line skate, walk, so we climbed the 100 or so steps and got up there, nice and shady and more great views. We think it used to be the old tram lines, but now paved for the people to use, I am sure it goes for miles, we even ...
... the longest you have to wait is 10 minutes. All three subway lines are connected and a 30 minute ticket costs around 1€, so it is affordable as well. It is clean, but sometimes you have to catch some pretty long escalators that go deep underground. A Communist nuclear safety addition perhaps?
We got out and checked out the Senate Gardens and the Senate building. It was a nice clean garden with the usual box hedges and statues leading to a nice ...