Prague Castle Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrague Castle Hotel
Perfect location, rooms were spacious, and everyone that worked there was very nice. Right across from the castle and the metro.......perfect!
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... this train makes the over nighter from Krakow look positively gold plated. I am not sure this carriage has ever seen this number of people on it, it grinds its way across countryside getting up such a sideways sway that only the odd straight bit of line stops the train swaying off I reckon. After about an hour we arrive at a regular station, all out and onto another train, this one is a regular intercity and is expected to get us into Linz about an hour after our connection ...
... a shock after our lovely hotel in Cesky Krumlov.
We decided to spend as little time in our room as possible, and so left for a walk around the city. Unfortunately, it started drizzling, then raining properly whilst we were walking and there were no free umbrellas here to borrow. I have to admit that my first impression of Prague was not a good one. It was dirty, wet and full of tour groups.
We decided to stick to the ...
... We ate dinner in an outdoor cafe -- goulash and beer for me. My Czech version of goulash had beef, onions, and an assortment of sausages in a gravy sauce with a bread dumpling. Pretzels hung on a rack on every table @ $2.25 each -- the waiter checked on how many were missing before adding up the bill. We took a long way back to the hotel walking through Old Town Square and through the ...
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The environment for drinking beer n the Czech Republic covers the entire range of imagination, clientele, location, levels of service and dare I say, outright determination not to be without! In terms of pubs and hostelries (or hospoda) the core group of beer drinkers are rural, there being only one million people in Prague itself. The rural pub is typically pretty ...
... the 5-story club, but not before the cheeky bar man asked us for a tip..no really he did, didn't even pour a beer and he wanted a tip, we were ****** but we weren't too full that we'd fall for that one. Anyway we carried right on in the club, singlets, shorts and bare foot till about 5.30am then stumbled home over the beautiful Charles Bridge. Gotta love the Czech attitude. Next day we were pretty bloody hung so we kicked back in the cot until about lunchtime after Jules ...