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. …
... dropped us off at the apartment and took back the rental car. We tried our best to cool down for a bit, before heading back out for dinner that evening. For dinner, we went to Andy's favorite Italian restaurant in Ulm, called Tanivera. Emily and Diane both really enjoyed it! After dinner we grabbed some gelato before heading back to the apartment for the night.
Monday was a day for exploring Ulm, as we had not done so yet since we essentially took Emily and ...
... minutes where we couldn’t find it as we didn’t know it’s name - our map just said Choco Cafe, an abbreviation for what it was- we found it. It was called Choco Cafe. Pair of Idiots. We ordered hot chocolates - pure for Rach and with Chilli for me, and a slice of ricotta cheesecake to share because we clearly haven’t eaten enough on this trip. The hot chocolate was amazing and so thick you had to eat it with a spoon. I swear it was just melted ...
... style between 1704 and 1755. It has been described as the most impressive example of Prague Baroque and I can vouch for that. It is really impressive - so ornate and richly decorated with a 70 metre high dome. When we came out, Laurie decided to buy an umbrella and that did it - the skies cleared and the sun came out! We headed back to the hotel for a rest as we had booked to go to a concert that evening. So we headed into the ...
... sights are in the west. While the east is generally just a place to sleep for a reasonable price. I stayed on the east side and had no problem catching a tram over to the historic city center within 10 minutes for about a buck and a half. It was perfect.
Roaming through the city and its many sights, it's easy to see why so many describe Prague as an absolute must see city in Europe. The historic city center will blow you away ...