Hotel Selsky Dvur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the cathedral is at least half the size depicted in the movie, they shot Julie Andrews walking down the aisle three times and added them together to make the cathedral look bigger (so if you watch it again you can see some hats/people are shown two or three times because they didn't change the audience for each subsequent filming). Another surprise; the Red Bull headquarters are located here, and everyone should be applying right away.
That afternoon ...
... and potato pancakes). It was about 6$ each for us to eat there so we were pumped about that. If you go into the more touristy areas tho the food is normal Canadian prices between 15 and $20/plate.
The next day we had to go to the train station because the tickets we had reserved to go to Krakow Poland were all messed up. The guy at the train station helped us sort it out. The rest of the day was spent walking around Prague and exploring. We went to the old town square where we saw ...
... someone you could have met weeks prior. I'm amazed at how many fluent languages the Czechs speak, and Marc is a perfect example: he speaks Czech, English, German, Russian and Polish. It never felt like a cookie cutter outing, nor an intense workout session. Our ride took us through Prague's outer districts and into several small villages. I want to do those places right, and on our final trip report we'll attempt to list the exact stops and photos. The ride covered ...
... and just let the wall become a thing of legend.
From there came the trek up to Prague Castle. It really is like a city within a city. It sort of reminded me of the Forbidden City in Beijing with its pure size and the number of sights within. The highlight for me was the Basilica of St George and its incredible interior. Hopefully the pictures will do it some justice.
The second day in the city was a bit more subdued ...
... the directions to our hostel were from a different train station. 21st century problems...took us a half hour to find WiFi so we could figure out how to get to our hostel.
I hear from people all the time about how Prague is their favorite city in the world. After our first full day I can imagine why. "Je to hesky? To me czechy!" Is it nifty? Then it's Czech! The city is full of beautiful architecture and bridges. The food is hearty meat ...