Brewery Hotel U Medvidku
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Getting to Prague from Berlin seems forever. Not that it has to be, just cos we wanted to save on the tickets. The promotion train ticket starts selling online usually 3 months before but we didn't buy the ticket till 2 weeks before and the cheapest ticket now is 29€. The promotion can go as low at 19€ if you buy early. We took the night train from Berlin to Dresden and had to wait for 5 hrs in the train station for the next train. There ...
... The apartment was a really modern little one bedroom with a separate lounge with a big fold down sofa.
The place they recommended for dinner, Sklepeni, was pretty much directly under the apartment so stopped in there for something to eat. Jamie had been hanging out for a Black Russian and no-one in Budapest or Bratislava would make her one, and the torture continued here with the guy saying they only did cocktails in summer! Anyway, the beer was unfiltered Pilsner ...
... in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still working.There’s you some history about the clock.Dear Diary, 7:00 Rijen 10,2013Well the clock was very interesting ,but this food that we are having for supper is DELICIOUS!!Marinated beef sirloin with cream sauce(sigh). You should see us all. We are literally digging into these dishes.
Today we explored the old town district of Prague. All the buildings are easily older than America as a country. We saw the St. Charles bridge and also saw the astronomical clock. It was a long day of walking through the city and seeing the old buildings. To cap the day off we ate at a nice Italian place near our ...
... Neither if us cared for it much, but it was a small cup, so we forced it down until it got too cold to warm us up and we tossed it. We also visited the Hussite (or as I like to say, hussie) Church - St. Nicolas. The Hussies are an early religious sect centered in Prauge. They were kind of set the stage for Protestants, but many Hussies are still around in Prague today.
Then we walked across the square to see the Tyn Cathedral. This church was built in the 1300s and was ...