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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Plaza Prague
Travel Blogs from Prague
... potato and beer. Yum? It's 7pm and still bright daylight. European summers are great for an evening stroll after dinner.
Tomorrow we will get into the serious business of working out the what, when, why and how Prague and 'joining the dots" between its history and its architecture. And take some photos to share!
... To assuage our confusion, we had another late meal near the hostel and headed off to bed.
After we checked out of the hostel at 10:00, we set out for brunch. We walked into a restaurant, prepared to sate our appetites, and waltzed in on four workers sitting around a table, wearing an expression of shock and appall. Apparently, they were not yet open and did not appreciate strange young’uns waltzing in on their free time. We ate at the first place ...
Doner kebab for lunch and sausage/kraut/potato Went to the Jewish quarter. It's very sad but also a must see Dinner at local restaurant hajnovka. Really nice. Nathan had pork ribs and I had a yummy corn fed chicken. Yummy czech apple strudel for dessert (flaky pastry - with sliced apple, walnuts', currants and ...
... not have ended too well! Even though mum thinks she was keeping up, the photos say otherwise (I didn't say that you didn't keep up mum but the photos do prove this theory) We returned to Prague for one more night, trying a few different local foods and drinks. Prague was really beautiful and the buildings were some of the nicest we have seen. It was a very pretty city and going to explore the countryside was a great way to see more of the Czech ...
... It took us about half an hour or so to get there. We met up with some of Blair and Denise's pilot friends. We had a great time, and while Blair returned to rest before his flight, Denise and I stayed on and then later enjoyed a late snack at a local Indian restaurant.
Again, we ended the very long day with the last 105 step trek up to the flat!