Sheraton Prague Charles Square Hotel
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... in the torrential rain for seconds meant being soaked or blown over.
We sheltered in the theatre, and ultimately purchased discount tickets to a classical music concert. The show was excellent with the best of Mozart, Vivaldi, Bach, Panchelbel and more, lasting around 80 minutes.
By the time the concert was over, so was the storm. We emerged to a clearing sky, and moved on to find the Jazz festival, and meet the ham of my dreams. Tomorrow, we move to a new ...
... stretch of wall with pretty much nothing to do with John Lennon on it and hoards of posers attempting to look 'alternative'. We returned to the hostel with a litre bottle of Ł2 wine (something we optimistically believed would last us longer than one night) to be greeted by the Glaswegians and drinking games...there was only one way this would end. We proceeded to find the dingiest, graffiti covered cellar bar in the entire city and took advantage of it's 40p glasses of wine. ...
Up at 5am and out the door at 5:30 to make our way to Hauptbahnhof for our 6:45am train to Prague. As usual, not as simple as we thought to locate the U-Bahn change and then we spent time trying to find our train as the station is quite large but somehow we fluked it again and got on our train with 15 minutes to spare. Beautiful, sunny day accompanied our train journey as we followed a river most of the way and passed some picturesque villages and towns along the way. Usual ...
... the Prague Castle... referred to here as Hrad. The gardens surrounding the castle are beautiful and date back a millennium. We decided not to pay for a guided tour and ended up walking around at our on pace taking pictures and enjoying the occasional seat. We found a tiny little cafe with a picture perfect view of the city up on the hill. Coffee for me and hot chocolate for Jenna.
On our way down from the castle we stopped at a cafe ...
... around 11am…) We explored the city, went back to the main square (Staro-mčstké nám(, crossed the Mánesův most (bridge) and walked up the cathedral and castle on the top of the hill. The cathedral was amazing- well, the stained glass was- it was SO intricate and the colors were mind-blowingly unbelievable. On our way back down I saw a homeless guy and felt bad so I gave him my granola bar… good deed for the day J. ...
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