Sheraton Prague Charles Square Hotel
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... arranged to meet Dieter and Inge at the Café Slavia, a place across the street from the National Theater. We walked across the square stopping for some Czech style ham (ham heated on huge spits) and a potato dumpling salad. The salad was more dumpling than potato.
We had a little time to kill so we had to cross the Charles Bridge, just because… At the café we found Dieter and Inge, quenched our thirst with wine and beer ...
... central Europe for display in Josefov.
After the tour we meandered around the city a bit more, before having a relaxing early evening in the hostel. We then went out to dinner at the same restaurant we went to the first night with Radim because we thought it was so good. We then headed to Karlovy Lazne, a five story club where each level plays a different type of music including chill, dance, oldies, todays hits, and R&B hip hop. About halfway through the ...
It's Snowing... Yeh. Off to visit a few museums in Wenceslas Square- this is the main high street area for cafés, shops, restaurants and bars. It's cold but we're well insulated with our thermals. Secret is .... be well insulated, head n ears covered and keep moving. Museums we couldn't quite grasp! There didn't appear to have any story or roots. Much of it was patchy. We ...
Dear Diary, Rijen 19,2013I truly do believe that this will be one of the most exciting day of my adventures in the Czech Republic. I had lemon tea and three jelly doughnuts this past morning. I GOT TO PRACTICE WITH CZECH REPUBLIC’S NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM!! I believe that you see that I am incredibly happy. Oh,and I got to eat with them. We had pork and cabbage. I went to a David Guetta concert this afternoon!! I had,for dinner, roasted pork and tradition bread.
... I'm really proud of myself for this trip because I planned all on my own. It wasn't a pre-packaged trip like any of the others I will be going on. I sifted through countless websites for trains and busses and flights and even bike rides. Stops with no connections, and stops with up to five connections. But finally I found an excellent no-connection bus ride from Prague to Karlsruhe, at the most affordable price too. :) Each bus trip will take 8-9hours, but ...