Prague City Apartments Residence Karolina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... took about 4-5 hours which was okay! The flights out of Prague were ridiculous priced so this was the best way to get there for us other than taking 3-4 all day and night buses to sofia! The bus trip went quick and we found our selves driving through more and more snow which was exciting! We found the apartment really easy and both shared katees single bed for the night ...
... We walked through the old Jewish section and saw the old synagogues, the famous cemetery is behind high walls. We ended up back at the town square for another Starbucks. A lot of the streets in the old section are cobblestone and the sidewalks are laid with small black and white square stones, making interesting designs. We set off again in a different direction, through an open air market, and walked across the river on the Charles Bridge, which is pedestrian only and lined ...
... a hostel/budget hotel between the train station and the center of old town, so I only had a 5 min walk which was lovely.
I'm staying at Hostel Rosemary, its adorable yet incredibly quirky. It is an old apartment building that has been converted into a hostel. I had decided to book a private room for Prague as a small break from hostels, which I'm slightly regretting now in fear of not meeting people in the next ...
Early start today, catching train & then tram up to the Castle. Lovely lady in station (first one) gave good directions. Guess what half of the castle is covered in scaffolding repairs to roof, this happened to me many years ago in Egypt the sorry cant spell it !! Was also covered in scaffolding. Anyway I saw changing of the Guard loved it they look soooooo young. It's quite beautiful up near the castle fantastic views and the ...
... The Spanish synagogue was the nicest of them but the cathedrals and churches I've seen put it to shame. I think the best part of the quarter was the cemetery. I felt a sadness and cultural connection there that I haven't felt in a long time. I headed to the train station and used the last of my czech money to buy a few snacks for the train. At first I shared a compartment with 3 then 4 czech people who spoke almost no English. They got off the train and were ...