Hotel U Zeleneho hroznu (Hotel At the Green Grape)
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... used for jousting tournaments several centuries ago. To that end, we exit the building using the stairway the horses used to exit the building many centuries ago.
The walk down the hill from the castle takes us through beautiful vineyards, with incredible views of the city. The Vltava River makes a crescent shaped journey around the city, and is crossed by several attractive bridges, the most prominent being the Charles Bridge, which we will cross again ...
... to create an independent Czechoslovakia which was achieved in October that year. On the grounds of the castle is St. Vitus Cathedral which houses the remains of many Bohemian kings and Holy Roman Emperors but the most significant relics they have are those of St. Wenceslas--he gets a whole chapel devoted to him. The cathedral was started in 1344 but not technically finished until the 19th and 20th centuries therefore the stained glass windows ...
Upon our arrival from Vienna, using the services provided by student agency bus lines, who, after using them three times now, (To Krakow aswell) we can easily say the service they provide is nothing short of fantastic! With an atmosphere of class and comfort for low cost its a backpackers heaven, and we will miss their services once we are back to ol mate Vline ! Arriving at the metro stop, we quickly faced the annoying issue of changing currency, especially when ...
... at it after that.
Prague is wonderful to look at, beautiful buildings, cobble stoned street, gorgeous to walk around, we were right in the centre of the original old city, with windows overlooking the square and the astronomical clock which is only one of 3 working clocks in the world. A big crowd would gather every hour to listen to the bells and see all the carvings popping out of doors and windows around the clock.
We googled a supermarket and ...
... was cool. We went past Prague's 'beach' too, which was a tiny tiny stretch of rocky sand filled with swans and a few people. After the hour was up the boat went back and docked, and we got off and continued to head back to the hostel. Instead of crossing the normal bridge, this time we crossed the famous Charles bridge, which was absolutely packed with tourists!! We crossed over, then went down and walked through the Mediterranean markets, which was full of yummy looking ...