Red and Blue Design Hotel Prague
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... Old Town. We sat outside till 10 at night after the sun finally set and ate tomato and mozzarella, bruschetta, pizza and chocolate torte. Tonight we are after more traditional Czech food, although we might give the pork knees and boiled cabbage a wide berth.
As as I write this we are sipping my Czech wine, a bargain at 70 koruna (about $3.50) a bottle.
Loving Prague, loving holidays.
Susan andStephen ...
... amount of scarves (I don’t know what I was thinking) lay at the door. We stuffed our mouths with as much of Marcus’ cooking we were physically able to handle, packed a sack lunch of peanut butter and nuttela sandwiches, and trotted off to the train station. Our spirits were high, even though two complications lurked in the distance. The first was that we had a transfer at a train station we knew nothing about, and only 8 minutes to find our train. The second was ...
... went straight to our accommodation on our arrival in Prague. While our hostel was located quite a way from the city centre, it was modern and clean so we couldn't complain. Our optimism was short lived, however, as we realised that the rooms had absolutely no ventilation. The enormous window was useless also, because even when opened, the lack of breeze meant there was no relief from the humidity. After having some time to settle into our rooms and get dressed, we met Katy in the ...
This morning we caught the metro across to the New Town (noting that the new town was built in the mid 1300s so its really not that new!) and headed for St Wenceslas Square (which is not a square, but a very long rectangle!!). The National Museum sits at the top of the Square, as does a statue of St Wenceslas. Then there is a very long park type area running down the street (with cars either ...
Today we took the bus to Prague and it is beautiful, 35 degrees minimum and a nice breeze since it's beside water. Lovely! The bus dropped us off at the top of Praha 2, our hotel was in Praha 1 which is right next to it so this will be a piece of cake...WRONG! Praha 1 as it turns out is HUGE, so it is next to it but our hotel was across the water on the far end of Praha 1 (which coincidentally is uphill ...