Residence U Cerneho Orla
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Day 4 - Off to Prague We leave the hotel around ten'ish and catch a taxi down to the Bus Terminal to pick up the Yellow bus to Prague, this coach is even nicer than the last, with leather seats, built in TVs etc. I use the 2hr journey to catch up on my diary whilst gazing periodically out at the landscape as it glides by. We get into Prague bus station around one'ish, having noted the coach picks up at the airport...dam, should have ...
... since the Czech/English thing is quite tricky (well for me anyway). Although I did learn that to say hello in Czech you can simply say Ahoy. Now that I can do.
We browsed the shops a little more, thankful for the shade that the large buildings cast into the streets. The temperature is rising, ended up about 30 degrees. WE wandered back to the river and (finally) worked out how to get to the yellow paddle boats we had seen on our boat ...
... other European stops. Mind you, we were making meals out of street food offered up by many of the Christmas market vendors and washing it down with hot spicy wine and hot apple cider. We're normally overly cautious with respect to street meats but the smells were constantly swirling around us so we dove in with everyone else. Even though she had no hope of pronouncing it, DH developed a liking for trdelniks which is a Czech pastry made by wrapping dough around a stick ...
... were still connected back home. Traveling alone for this long has been tough. There were many days I rarely spoke, and many hours spent with my own thoughts. As I said before, I know I have come out of this a better person, and a better citizen of the world. I'm so grateful for this opportunity and it will forever be one of my highlights in life. I can't wait to see you all and be back to the place I love, the place I call home. Signing off..... Justin Martinez ...
... her all time favourite artists, essentially the founder of the Art Nouveau movement, and one of the true great graphic poster artists. The museum was small and pricey, but well worth seeing the glorious posters and learning about artist's life and the creation of his Slav Epic masterpiece which is located in another part of Prague. We lunched al fresco on the boulevard before taking in the Neo-Baroque/Art Nouveau Municipal House, one of the city's most iconic landmarks with ...