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OK, first, yesterday....last day in Berlin. Our tour was really great. Got to see lots of the new architecture. I think the crowning glory was a building by Frank Gehry. Unlike most of his buildings, this one is rather boring from the outside. It is built in the area by the Brandanburg Gate so there's not lots of room (and it's next to the …
... cause he cut off another cyclist, but we made it to the castle, which was shut when we arrived......no biggie, the station was downhill and at that time of the day, about 6pm, all we could focus on was the train back into Prague. We rode back through the city to the hire place and were asked.... Did you make it ? Then they laughed I'm sure that they didn't think we could do it. All in all we agreed great day, lovely countryside and villages we rode through, rode about ...
This morning we scored a little sleep in, not needing to be on the bus until 9am! We got up at 8, went down to breakfast, cornflakes and vegemite toast again before heading back up to our room to finish getting ready and bring our bags down to the bus... In the rain... Boo! But it wasn't long until we were all on and on our way to Prague! Actually... It was quite long! We then got stuck in some bad traffic for ...
... We had a 930am bus to catch to Berlin the next morning so we took it easy.
We found Prague to be a really cool looking city. The architecture is a lot different to what we had seen so far. Unfortunately it's one of those places that gets flooded by tourists and some parts of it are a bit tacky. All in all we found the people to be friendly despite what everyone had told us, and our accommodation was mint. Definitely a cool place to check out.
Onward to ...
... Nicholas Church up north towards the Jewish district and the Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock down south. The clock is the oldest one of its kind still working and was built in the 1400s. There were hundreds of people gathered round near the hour to watch it's presentation. When the clock struck 11 the mechanical skeleton representing death rung a bell and the twelve apostles danced past the two windows above the clock face. I was expecting a bit more for all the people that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility