Rocco Forte Augustine Hotel Prague
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... way to the classily named 'Roxy', we managed to get our entry paid for and spent the rest of the night dancing to European techno. The walk back to the hostel was a minefield of harassment from British holiday-makers and was only improved by the Prague sausage. Today was slightly more relaxing we went to Prague castle and then ate perhaps the most disgusting meal ever. Word of warning, never eat the local delicacy and particularly never try Zulu cola. The only mishaps of this ...
... got us to Prague right on time at 11:26am.
The inter-city rail line is not connected in any way to the Metro system so after a bit of confusion we walked the fairly short distance to the closest Metro station, Muzeum and it was only 3 stops to Malostranska station, the closest stop to our apartment. We were to pick up keys from our contact Jane's husband who owns the restaurant next door to our apartment. Couldn’t find it at first and had to ask a local ...
... out on the sidewalk. I had a duck, cabbage, and dumpling dish while Jen had Gnocchi. Beers for both of us and the total was $25 dollars... that's not bad for the amount of food we got. Right now, we are lounging in the hotel without anything to do... enjoying every minute of it. I think soon we will head out to a park and open up the bible. Yesterday we were able to stop by a small garden park and read 1 Timothy. Today its 2 Timothy.
I can't believe I've been travelling for a week. It seems so much longer. I have been in 5 countries.
Breakfast was almost over by the time I got organised this morning. Had a roll with cheese and bread with apricot jam.
I guess the first thing to do in Prague is to explore the castle. Walking up the road from the boat, I can't believe how beautiful the area is that I was in.
Rumour has it that Hitler ordered soldiers to leave Prague alone as ...
... I also split some type of dough that was rolled around an iron bar, cooked over an open flame and then wrapped in cinnamon and sugar. Then we walked across the famous Charles bridge (Karlův most), down along the river to a beautiful museum (Nárdodní divadlo)we were recommended to see for the architecture of the building and a little further down the river to a very oddly built art museum. At that point we were all really hungry, so ...
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