Hotel Stary Pivovar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... already know about the place. How we discovered it is in itself a long and somewhat boring story, but suffice to say that we made the journey to Bowbar and were highly disappointed (mostly stemming from the fact that we were not in fact allowed to bowl).
A slightly more triumphant locals-only experience ended up being the Popocafe, a student favorite that I embarrassingly ended up in three nights in a row. The first was by purely random selection as I was passing by, the ...
... the street after dinner. Jayj broke her reader glasses and we were looking for new pair. More local vendors and booths. Hot candied almonds, fresh fried potato chips and hot honey wine. I will have to join the yoga pant craze if I'm not careful.
More walking, a cup of capuchino and cocoa (almost as good as Bruge Casey and Chelsey) and we were all ready for bed. I had been falling asleep at the table and now ...
... at least I know which bus to take, then I just have to watch out for the right angle turn before a bus stop right?
So I get on the bus and determine that this exact moment, when I really need to focus on navigation, is the optimal time to doze off.
I jerk awake and set about convincing myself all is well as I can't possibly have been out that long. Right?
I'll pause here and say the total commute to War-Beard's home/camping ...
... dough wrapped around rollers, cooked over a fire and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar) and then a kobasa in a bagette and smoothered in mustard. We chilled in our apartment for a while laying our clothes to dry, blogging and trying to figure out how we were going to make it to Croatia from Venice. Of course we needed to eat more so we went out for another Czech dinner which did not disappoint. Tummies full we drifted off to sleep dreaming of our Prague castle tour the next day. ...
... was pretty cool. Again to escape the heat we stopped at the John Lennon Pub which was decorated with a huge yellow submarine mural. We drank beer, cider and cocktails and moved on… toms tripomatic app informed us that there was a alley way that was the narrowest in all of Prague…and it was narrow, complete with a pedestrian light to allow the alley to go only one way at a time. Crossing over another bridge to get a better look at the Charles bridge we passed ...