Travel Blogs from Prague
... the closest ATM (probably will be a fee) and they give me the options in the thousands. Wow, ok, either the currency isn't that close to euros, or Prague is going to empty my bank account. So I take out 1000kc to get me started and because it was the lowest option. But the machine doesn't take my 1000kc bill. So I go to the closest Relay and buy a coke to get change for it. 32kc for a coke almost gave me a heart attack, but I came to realize later was probably the ...
... seen before. The food was good but the beer was better. The beer was significantly less expensive than water there. I'm sure Eric will plan a trip to Prague after hearing that. The only down side to Prague was the amount of smoke. Everyone smokes everywhere in Prague. My mom would not have liked that part.
Once we got back from Prague Andrea, Olivia, and I went on a 4.5 hour walk all around London. It was not only awesome to wonder around ...
... it down a little by finishing the day with some touristy classics. We trekked up to the Petrin Hill Lookout Tower, which claims to be Prague's Eiffel Tower. It is nice, but I honestly like the view from the castle better. The walk to get there is fun, though. We then wandered down some sketchy paths to get to the KGB museum of all things, which turned out to be incredibly fun. The guy who ran the museum was a one-man-band and was super particular about where people ...
... for a long time and when we heard his Aunt Amy and Uncle Bill were going to be there it was the perfect excuse to plan the trip.
We really loved Prague....once we navigated the crazy streets and found our hotel. Prague is definitely not an easy city to drive in. Our hotel was not in the Old Town, but close enough to be difficult to get to. We had heard horror stories of people's GPS's malfunctioning and not being able to find ...
... Hall used to extend almost the width of the square, but the Nazi's took to shelling it towards the end of the war, and now the tower is all that remains. The rest has been turned into a park, though you can still see the broken edge of the building.
I joined the afternoon free tour run by Sandeman's New Europe. I'd done previous tours in Edinburgh and Paris and had a great experience with them, and this one was no different. Though our ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed