The Augustine Hotel Prague
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... I was drinking tea though it came to a point where I was dared to try Gin in my tea, and I said I would if the other girl would, not a good idea, it was horrid, never again.
The next day the hostel had one of its staff do a tour up to the Castle, he took us with his small puppy and gave us some history as we wandered over the Charles bridge and up to the Castle. There were some really great views of ...
... to Prague.
Our ride was waiting here for the drive to hotel. Probably the easiest airport in and out in our travels. After check-in, we walked out to visit the squares, snack for dinner and to find a market.
... extra day or two to check it all out (which is big for me since I feel most cities CAN be accomplished in one day if planned right).
4) The food is...Okay. Had dinner at the Czech Republics smallest brewery and had classic Czech dishes and while it wasn't bad, it wasn't that great. The beer however was delicious! (see photos of food...the main dish tasted pretty much how it looks)
Spent all day walking around Prague. Headed to the center of the city on the metro around 10 am. What an amazing place. We walked for hours soaking in the sites. The Charles Bridge, a small craft fair, old downtown, the solar clock. We walked in and out of small shops, and bookstores some very touristy while others had a little more authentic flair. Had some lunch at a hole in the wall pizzeria that was down an alley that a lady on the street had to ...
... of the buildings were amazing with many dating from the fourteenth century.
The Czech Republic has good roads, modern facilities and is very clean on its highways which pass through beautifully preserved older style villages. Luckily the country was not bombed during World War 2 as the Germans had already occupied it without force.
A walk back from Wenceslas Square to the Old Town Square after the tour gave Elinor and ...