Hotel Prague Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... sense so I'll have to check on the internet for a more accurate explanation. Anyway, it's fascinating. And it still works. But they don't adjust it for daylight savings time.
Our tour guide brought us back to our hotel by the subway system. It is very old, but has been renovated very nicely. It was clean and felt very safe.
No dinner tonight because of the big breakfast and ...
This is the third day in Prague, and of my Trafalgar tour. I arrived on Friday morning after a VERY early start at London airport. After the Paris trip I didn't expect to be in another departure lounge at 5.30 am but there I was at LHR waiting for my 7.30am flight to Prague. The flight was uneventful, but cramped, British Airways is as bad as any other airline when cramming the seats in.
My room wasn't ready so I went for a walk and saw the Old Town Square, with ...
... roundabouts later and we crossed the Czech frontier without fanfare and entered a new country. We stopped at a petrol station at the border to fill up and to purchase the necessary Czech road vignette for travelling on the motorways, of which we hadn't yet seen any evidence. Opposite the fuel pumps was a huge, empty and possibly abandoned theme park with gigantic dinosaurs, globes and aircraft jostling for position at the roadside. Set further back were tawdry casinos and a ...
... do for you. I woke up feeling like a whole new person, which left me in a great headspace to wander around Prague. The day before we'd seen the government buildings and church at the top of the hill, the John Lennon wall, and wandered across Charles Bridge to Old Town Square. The first impression was that this city is beautiful. Since there's only 1.2 million people here (plus a hell load of tourists) the place doesn't feel quite as crowded as ...
... to Prague.
Later that afternoon it was finally time to sample some of the famous Czech beer. We hunted for a while until we found somewhere slightly less touristy (or trippy as mum might say!). Tom ordered a dark beer and I just opted for one I'd never hurt of. Mine was a little sour and citrusy (and came with a silly slice of lemon) but I quite liked it. We both agreed Thomas's was better though!
The next day we decided to go out and do our own walking tour of ...