Ramada Airport Hotel Prague
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Travel Countdown After one night in the hostel, we stayed at the airport for the next two nights. It was great - a huge place, with clean toilets that they don't charge you to use (in the train station, not only do they charge you, but you have to hold your breath when you're in there of vomit blood - the choice is yours). There was even a shower …
... to understand, but its greatest attraction for most tourists is the hourly show of statues of the Twelve Apostles who appear one after the other. On each side of the clock are statuettes representing Vanity, Greed and Hedonism. A fourth statuette, Death represented as a skeleton, strikes the hour. There are, of course legends about the clock, one is that the clockmaker, Hanus, had his eyes put out after finishing his work too stop him from making another. For revenge, he broke ...
... sooooooooooooo delicious! I can't even explain how amazing it was! We had some good conversation about various medieval torture methods, which was quite interesting! (The girls had been to a torture museum here in Prague!) After lunch we were planning to go for a hike up by the hunger wall, which I was really psyched for, but we walked outside and it was spitting down rain and was ridiculously wet, so there's no way we could do it! Shattered! So instead, we looked at ...
... much got taken advantage of again!! I'm over it by this point but nothing I could do!
Anyway we find our hostel right in the city center and it was simply amazing!! This was one of the nicest hostels Steve and I had ever been in. It really looked like a show home was pretty cheap! We are tired but curious so we grab an adult beverage (Much needed) and head out into the city to get a feel for the place. We see all these old buildings lit up and it ...
... hours. No eye contact, just self-abasing humiliation.
I also saw a repeating set of stores. One was tattoo and piercing parlours. I know these are now worldwide and proliferating, but even so it seemed Prague held more than its own population could reasonably support. That's certainly the case with all those places selling absinthe. Green absinthe. Red absinthe. Absinthe 35. Absinthe 70. And endless variations on the theme of hemp absinthe, usually in bottles ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service