Hotel Stary Pivovar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It's almost an obsession. We had an early night to get back to Prague to meet up with the bride to be, Jen, and our other busabout friends to be honorary hens for the day. If you thought ...it doesn't sound like you've done enough drinking in the Czech Replubic, don't worry. We soon got back to it. Steph and I first stopped for lunch at possibly my favourite establishment in all of Europe (equally with Edinburgh's brew dog), the Pivovarsky Klub. $5 lunch specials were ...
... over the formerly hidden tunnels and alchemist laboratories sponsored by King Rudolph II. These tunnels weren't discovered until 2002 when flooding caused an area in Old Town to collapse thus opening a way into these tunnels. We always hope to experience a little serendipity-- this was it for this trip. Next door was a very quaint courtyard cafe. A perfect morning for us; it looked like sunshine would even break through. Our tour to Kutna Hora was scheduled for 1 ...
... big city. Prices vary wildly from one street to the next. A beer in the Old Square is 70 Crowns (about $4) for 500 mils. Walk 200 meters down the road and you pay 35 Crowns. The same applies to meals. Not a lot of money for a beer, but by going into the quieter areas you can halve your daily food and drink bill.
Food is mainly traditional Czech style. Dumplings, sausages, pigs knee ...
I joined up for a communism tour of Prague to learn about the history of it in the Czech Republic. It ran from 1948 after the country was liberated from German rule until 1989. In 1968 the country was getting too free so the Russians rolled in with their tanks and troops (after doing a 'military exercise' near the border) and introduced hardline rule! You are taken around ...
Today was pretty eventful. I've found that waking up in the morning in Prague is a lot easier than in Istanbul (maybe it was something in the water....).
I woke up mid morning and grabbed a continental breakfast in the basement of our hotel. Housing is super affordable in Prague compared to a lot of the other European cities. We are staying in a hotel since the downtown/central hostels I wanted to stay at were full apparently.
We walked up ...