Prague Lion Hotel
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Bathroom was a little dirty but really nice overall
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... over a thousand crowns at a time and buying things that cost a few hundred. It feels like Monopoly money.
Friday we had a walking tour of Prague, which ended at the castle. A group of us then ate at a Medieval Czech restaurant. The restaurant took the Medieval theme very seriously. They did not have ice because it was not winter and there was no ice. The ...
... dehydrated, sweating my ass off AND climbing up hundreds of steps just about killed me! It was so worth it though, the view of Prague from the top of the hill was breathtaking. I wish I could upload photos straight from my retinas because the photos I took just didn’t do it justice. We were a bit confused at first about whether we were actually in the Castle or not, as we walked through some pretty regal looking gates that seemed more suited for a palace rather than a castle. ...
... left well behind.
During the drive, I spotted that a slightly older, real life version of Thelma and Louise was driving behind us in a red beetle. Queue me & Nessy discussing one of our favourite films ever!
It was a very toasty 28c when we arrived at Nuremberg medieval castle. Ness stayed cool while I was extremely glad to get inside the cool stone walls of the castle. We looked at a panoramic view of the city which was quite pretty with lots of low ...
... history has beer connections going back to Byzantine times and archaic Bohemian records suggest they were growing hops by the mid 900's and brewing beer by the late 1,000's.
One of the generally agreed beliefs however is that Czech beer was wildly inconsistent, brilliant in some areas and not in others, and even varying hugely in quality within the one brewery. Thus it was that the town of Plzen, on the site of the New Plzen founded by King Wenceslas (yes, he of ...
... city lights. Our full day tour to Cesky Krumlov was in a Mercedes people-mover as there were only four English speaking customers. Not sure what language(s) were on the bigger bus. We travelled with a young lady from Hong Kong - Jennifer and a New Yorker about my age named Fern. Our guide Zinka (sp?) was good and provided commentary for much of the two and half hour drive. We entered the castle through the garden and wandered through ...