Sheraton Prague Charles Square Hotel
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A lovely hotel, very friendly staff and a great location. We especially enjoyed the spa facilities on offer.
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Just 40 minutes out of Prague is the quaint village of Karlstejn with it's beautiful gothic hill top castle. You can visit the castle independently, however as I mentioned before there are several tours available.We paid around £45 each for ours. The village itself has lots of nice gift shops and restaurants and there are even horse and carts if …
... would guide me back to the hotel if I got lost wandering around the old city - obviously did a good job as I didn't get lost once the whole time I was in Prague!
Walked to Wenceslas Square where there's a bookshop with an English language section where I bought a thriller called Ghostman by Roger Hobbs. It's really hot - mid 30's and very humid - and there was a tanker at the end of the square that was spraying a fine mist of water that people were walking under it in ...
We got up a little later then normal! (Yay!!!) I got up and got out the door quickly and off to exploring we went. We didn't eat much except some coffee and croissants. Then Dad and Alex and I went to the Medieval Torture Instruments museum and it was twisted. Seriously, man. I would give examples, but...yeah, nooooo.
Later we went to something called ...
... Excelsis Deo, and Silent Night) plus selections from "The Magic Flute," concluding with the rousing "Pa … Pa … Pa …" duet.
This has been one of the most spectacular farewell dinners on any Toto Tour. It caps a brief tour, but one that has been full of wonderful surprises and holiday cheer in two of the most magical cities of Europe. Thanks for traveling along with ...
... overtook everything else between the buns. Not to worry, it filled me all the same and after dinner we went to a gay bar I had read about and got chatting to the other tourists in the bar. All up, there were five others in the bar. We all ended up chatting in a circle, and of the five, three others were from Melbourne. One was an America living in Israel and the fifth was a local. We chatted all night before deciding it was our bedtime. I'm well and truly ready for ...