Pension U Lilie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Meal plan
- Pets allowed
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We are in Prague - but before we bring you up to date on our activities here, we left a couple of amusing things out of the last blog. You may remember that we landed in Munich in the middle of Oktoberfest - when we arrived at the train station to go to Prague there were many young people also boarding the train, most of whom were holding beer bottles, mostly opened, in their hands. One young man in particular was dressed in his ...
... few of the significant buildings, and the new art nouveau style buildings were erected. At that point everyone decided they wanted to live there and now it is a very expensive area to live. In our travels around the Jewish quarter we have seen this little wooden creature called a golem a number of times. The golem has a fascinating history in Jewish history and the story of the golem of Prague is one of the most famous. He was apparently created by ...
... to detail, along with the necessary investment in transport equipment (lots of trains, trams and buses) spot on! And it runs like clockwork, although I must admit the other day a bus was a minute late at my local stop, which was a first for me, so their standard might be slipping.
They have a similar outlook on the conventional train system. Leaving Praha last year on the overnight train to Budapest the departure time said 12:02, and with people still ...
The trip took us to the New Forest in the Southampton areas where we camped for a night. Then we visited the 'prettiest village in England’ supposedly, Castle Combe. It is certainly pretty with the stone houses along a narrow road, a village church and the market cross outside a very popular pub. At the bottom of the street is a babbling brook and in amongst the trees we found an old stone bridge over the brook. The summer flowers were still ...
A bit of a sleep-in and then off to explore. The streets are very irregular and seem to have little pattern so we expected to get lost frequently...and did. We found the train station to book our fares to Krakow. Then we took the tram across towns to the newer side of the city. Crepes for lunch and more wandering. We stumbled onto the Charles Bridge which is infested with tourists - must come back early in the morning. More wandering and taking a gazzilion pictures while ...