Hotel Stary Pivovar
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the sights that have kept us here. Instead, it's the kick-ass apartment we found on booking.com!
When you're in it for the long haul, you need to take care of yourself and recharge some batteries every now and then. We arrived at the Florenc bus station in the early afternoon and met Kristina from Prague City Apartments at the door of our future home. It was a 20 minute walk to the north part of the Old Town, just meters away from the ...
... flooded with tourists. Zdanec was a good mixture of serious, funny, cynical, and full of lots of information we probably otherwise would never have known, plus gave us some great pointers for bars and places to eat. The "free" walking tour ended up costing as much as a normal tour probably would have with what I think was quite a generous tip. With close to 5 hours of almost a private tour, he was well worth it, and it gave us a great introduction to the city, and an idea ...
Prague is indeed a beautiful city and we can see why it has become very popular with travellers. There are many cafés and restaurants in around the central squares and an abundance of beautiful old buildings. We enjoyed our ride on the train from Berlin, some very pretty countryside in the North East part of Germany just before crossing the border into Czech Republic. The Czech Republic is ...
... 7.45 and off to Prague castle. OMG it is minus 7 degrees Celsius. We were all rugged up. I had 2 thermals, 2 jumpers, jacket, long john, 2 scarves, beanie and gloves and was still cold. It started snowing as we left the hotel but then stopped as the temperature dropped a bit further. We have been told it is going o be minus 20 in Prague next week. Certainly glad we will be in Rome! We found out before we left the hotel that there are a couple of St Nicholai churches in Prague and ...
Wandering around the streets of Prague was really interesting. There were a lot of cute little shops selling tourist **** and one store even had babushka dolls that were painted in AFL team colours!! I wanted to buy Dad the Bombers version which had some players that I recognized (guess I do pay attention to sport) but it was so expensive I decided against it and tried to take a sneaky photo instead.
At about 3pm we made it ...