EA Hotel Sonata
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... us to look out for one in a particular colour. I learnt that the shops on the side of the River near to the castle were much more expensive than on the other side of the river! This side were charging 200 kroner, with the same thing being 150 kroner on the other side. As the kroner is about 20 to 1 to the Australian dollar, it isn't that much, but it is in kroner!
We did manage to lose Sarina for a while on the main bridge, but ...
... pack up and get ready, then headed out for the final walk and dinner on the town. Tommy found the last little treasures to take back. We had such a great dinner outside. Loved the sausage, mustard and horseradish! Listened to the street musicians, watched the throngs, felt the breeze, peeked in doors....
We tried to take it all in and treasure this ...
... we had today!! we allowed ourselves a wee sleep in then after packing up the apartment heading back into the old town. luckily we managed to see so much yesterday that today was a much more cruisy day. After a loonnnggggg brunch/lunch in an Italian restaurant we walked up to see Prague Castle, It was a lovely walk through the cobbled streets of Prague and up some stairs, we had a few hilarious photo/selfie moments along the way. The views ...
... to some extent, letting go. This is not to say that the realities and difficulties are not obviously apparent. I am well aware of the dangers and potential to be duped out of money by some foreign exchange center that has a grudge against tourists or for miscommunications that lead to pub brawls or an engagement to a middle aged bartender in a blue collar pub in Texas. But these realities and difficulties, however, also seem, to me, ...
... of the Premyslid dynasty.
The John Lennon memorial wall was a few minutes walk from our hostel - so we visited and added our little marks, with pens from the hostel loaned out for that purpose - the hostel really did think of everything to make travellers lives easier!
On our last afternoon & dinner, we separated for Mum and Son/Dad and Son 'dates'. Luke and Michelle chose to go to an exhibition in the attic of an old ...