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Beautiful place to stay it's like you have your own flat in Prague for a few days with every luxury you could wish for.
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... whilst supping coffee and in my case as always....vino. On walking back to the hotel we decide to stop for a final drink in one of the small bars next door. The change, in and around the bridge, is notable, less bullish louts more average chilled tourist. The bar is: nice; honest; typical for Prague i.e. deceptively large; and, full of friendly staff. Captain Morgan's spiced for me as we settle in for a ...
... a mirror maze, which Emma persuaded me to go in, and I'm so glad we did! Having never been in one before, I found it highly amusing, especially in all of the funny mirrors! The photos don't do the effects any real justice unfortunately but it was hilarious and we really did laugh!
We then decided to head to the Hard Rock Cafe, as this was something we'd wanted to do before even arriving! We were sad that we hadn't discovered the hill sooner ...
... line-height: normal;">The entrance was "free" but you had to buy a drink for about $8 in order to get in, and they had a timer on the wall telling you how much time you had left in there. My recommendation is to do the ice bar first or last because the thick hooded ponchos they give you aren't quite enough and the coat check ladies won't let you add or take off things from the coat check without paying again.
... hill. This was after catching the right tram 22 but went the wrong way. We were going down the hill instead of up, we had quite a laugh and then finally got on the right tram up to the castle. We arrived in time for changing of the guards (video). Photos of church and grounds attached. We then walked all the way back to our apartment where Russell and Neil needed a sleep and Carolyn and I caught up on emails/blog Off for dinner ...
What a fabulous city- second only to Paris for its beauty. Bisected by the Vltava River, (also known as the Moldau, and upon which our apartment overlooks), the elegant buildings represent art nouveau and neo-renaissance design mingled with Baroque and some Romanesque architecture. The atmosphere is magical. It's hard to imagine that a short 25 years ago this grand city was dark and dingy, suffering from hopelessness under an oppressive communist regime. The central part of the city ...