Hotel Selsky Dvur
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... time was half gone, so we quickly made our way over to a gift shop and picked up a magnet and 2015 calendar with Nuremberg photos in it, one for each month. Next to the gift shop was a food vendor selling freshly made gingerbread, which is a specialty of this region. So many different kinds and flavours. We decided on one with nuts dipped in white or dark chocolate (Feine Nürnberger Oblaten -Lebkuchen), and a bag of mini gingerbread pieces (Nürnberger Allerlei.) It is ...
... the city seeing the Charles Bridge, the bridge towers, old town bridge tower, old town hall and astronomical clock / clock tower, Jewish quarter, old town square, Jan Hus statue, and Tyn church.
As many of our group head off with the guide to visit a local bar, some tour friends and I go in search of a classic jazz bar. Ever since our guide told me that Prague was the place for jazz bars I have been waiting out for a night ...
... that the German tour guides and groups come down this neck of the woods; they couldn't feel too good about it. I'm sitting writing this blog on New Years' Eve in a bar in the lobby of the Hilton Hotel because they don't have internet in the rooms. I don't think in this regard that they have kept pace with technology and are on their game but there is a benefit for me. Tonight the hotel is hosting a New Year spectacular and as I write they are rehearsing, and what ...
Next Stop: Maybe more of Prague and a Bone Church?
# of countries: 19
# of cities: 40
# of bus rides: 11
# of taxis: 2
... Czech pub, tables and benches in a canteen style, meaning you’d seat next to strangers. The beer was amazing, it was strong, kinda like a mix between stout and ale, not very bitter. Probably one of the best beers I ever tried in my life, and I’m not really into beer to start with.
They also brought us some shots that were sweet but strong in alcohol. Things were starting to warm up.
Budget traveller that he was, Simon had bought this ...