Park Inn Hotel Prague
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... was far posher than some hotels I have stayed in. For only GBP30.00 I had not been expecting to have our own private rainforest shower. The room was chic, it was clean and most important of all it was relatively central.
We started our exploration by taking a tram ride to the area surrounding the castle, our first stop was for lunch where I was introduced to potato pancakes which has since fuelled a slight obsession ...
... New York who were following a similar route to me - Italy, Vienna, Prague, Berlin, but they'll head into southern Germany from Berlin, whereas I'm headed East. We got to talking when I provided James with the name of a Bond movie he couldn't remember (Die Another Day) and it went on from there. I lost count of the number of topics we covered, but having people from three different countries meant that we were never short of things to discuss - especially ...
... down. We could see view this through a children park fence, so time to play after the serious work of art viewing. Ruth and I had fun (see photos)!! A concert at the Rudolfinum nearby to finish off our time in Prague- a quintette playing a selection of classics featuring Dvorak. Many of my favourites were included, e.g. Dvoraks Humoresque, Pachelbel's Canon. Dinner was so good at Tri Stilletto last night we returned for dinner. Just as good as last nite. The best meals in ...
... we had umbrellas we were all drenched by the time we got there. The bar was really cool though since it was totally underground and had a bunch of different areas and bars to go to. We stayed for a while but it was still pouring when we left. As we were waiting for the night tram, this Asian American guy came up to ask for directions--tonight would not be a good night to get lost. We were just happy this awful weather while we were going out hadn't happened to us ...
... heading on up to the castle.
Prazsky hrad (Prague Castle), the thousand windows of the castle gaze over the city. This is the citadel of the Czech nation and includes palaces, churches, streets, squares and treasures. It was amazing and reminded me of the Kremlin where there were squares and churches inside the Kremlin wall. There are soldiers on guard at the gates (Mike was a Grenadier Guard on duty at Buckingham Palace/Windsor ...
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