The Augustine Hotel Prague
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Day one in the book, it was a doozy... We met our tour guide in the lobby at 9:30 this morning and headed out to the tram up to Strahov Monastery. What does one see in a monastery you ask? Libraries duh. This joint was completed in 1594... or 182 YEARS before America. Needless to say it makes you feel like the French Quarter is so fresh and new. …
... to counteract the oppressive heat. I noticed similar set ups in other streets around the tourist area. Found the closest supermarket and bought a couple of varieties of cold cuts and cheese and some coke to mix with the duty free scotch I bought at Riga airport, then had a couple of Absinthes at a very cool bar called Absintherie which has a skeleton sitting at a table near the door. Not exactly the type of advertising ploy I'd have used but it seemed to be drawing in the ...
... Tour" (Ooooo, ahhhhhh.) We went to a hacker group base for the hacker group, Anonymous. Their logo is basically 'illuminati' and they only use bitcoin money so they can stay more under the radar than using normal money. This tour was super hipster and I have a new inspiration for art - spray painting/graffiti (no tags, that's lame). We then got dinner and the place we ate at was completely outdoors and looked steampunk. I had a cheeseburger and it was ...
We are pleased to meet Vladimir, today's guide for our tour of Prague. He is a retired meteorologist, and has lived through a lot of the history he tells us about today. We start up at the Prague Castle. It is fortunate that today is Christmas Eve, as many of the attractions here that would charge admission are open for free visits, including St. Vitus’ Cathedral, and the Golden Lane.
We make our way down the hill, and walk across the historic ...
2 tickets to a second tier major league soccer game 2 beers 1 cappuccino 1 snickers 1 sausage 1 potato fritter 1 pork bread thingy 315Kc (Czech Koruna) = $14.50 USD Wowsa!!! We're hanging out our last few hours in the park/beer garden by our apartment before our train. See you in Budapest ...