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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dumplings and minimal veggies. Certainly not our healthiest start, but traditional nonetheless. Being such a great sunny day, we took to the old town for a self guided walk through some of the historical sights. The huge crowd standing in front of the (I think it was the old town hall) told us it was about to strike 2pm, and the astronomical clock was about to show off the "Walk of the Apostles". We found a spot amongst the tourists, whom we hadn't seen in this many numbers ...
... was then spent exploring Prague, which is a fascinatingly old city and so very different to Australia in every possible way. The language is weird, and there are no cents in their currency, so the coins start at 1 crown and go up to 50 crown, and the notes start at 100 crown and go up to 5000 crown. Even though 100 crown is worth about €5, when five of us spent 2140 crown all up on dinner we did feel awesome for half a second knowing we'd just spent over ...
... the important places and monuments as per usual which was great!
Now the cool part of the tour was taking a 15 minute ride on a tram to a nuclear bunker! A fallout shelter in case of a nuclear bomb attack! It is underground below a park and was built in the 1950’s. Built for 2500 people to live in it for 2.5 weeks, then they can make a run to a safe area. Has ...
July 29, 2013 (Monday)
That day we met with some Tereza´s friends in La Casa Blů which is quite well-known South American bar situated in the center of Prague. It was supposed to be the last meeting with Tereza´s friends that currently live in Prague before we start travelling. The atmosphere was unforgettable as well as a nice Chilean waiter who was forcing us to drink shots of Becherovka. Our friends had even a good opportunity ...
... a bit buying a few trinkets, watching the horse and carriages trot down the streets, staring at the huge ham hocks roasting on spits, and drooling over sweet trdelnik donuts. I like it here.
The atmosphere is more relaxed and the buildings are a lot older in Prague as by some miracle the old town was never bombed during WWII. At dinner Jeff tried some local cuisine – Goulash with potato and bread dumplings. Carb me up ...