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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The haircut wasn’t nearly as bad as it could have been but nevertheless, it appeared the hairdresser had completely ignored what Mattijs had asked for and he’d been left looking like a confused hipster. Miraculously, my haircut turned out far better than I could have imagined, even if it did set me back an eye watering £30….!
After the action packed last few days we’d spent in Prague, we took it easy for the rest of the day and went for dinner ...
... Prague castle is the largest medieval castle. Because it was build in the Middle Ages it is not a grand castle one like Buckingham, built much more recent compared to this castle, it's very plain. The beauty of this castle was it's age. There was no artwork in the main hall but in a few rooms upstairs, the coats of arm were painted on the ceiling. Cory didn't care for the castle, not much to look at he said. I enjoyed it. The height of it ...
... of Prague so the next morning we walked up to the Metro which took us 2 stops and we were in Saint Wensaslas square in the centre of town.
Paid for the trip and at 10.20am off we went driving through some amazing areas of Prague in a small mini bus. All the way up to the Prague Castle where we watched the Changing of the Guard.
Bus back into the City and down comes the rain. We had to go across to C& A to buy an umbrella. Because it was so miserable ...
... and was carrying my full pack, but I couldn't be bothered to stop and reconfigure. My plan was to head straight for the hostel and grab a much needed shower before attending the free walking tour at 10:45am. I continued on my way until I finally stumbled into the main square. I had no idea what to expect, and I was completely blown away by the main church and old town hall. Prague is ...
... perished. Today the museum is a showcase of Jewish history and religious treasures. As we walk along the streets we look for plaques being installed to mark the location of homes where Jews once lived.
We visit the famous Old Jewish cemetery which was established in the first half of the 15th century. The oldest tombstone marks ...