Mini Pension Milada
Travel Blogs from Prague
... held the umbrella. In the latter part of the morning we crossed the river into the Little Quarter area with the plan of using the funicular railway to go up Petrin Hill for the view. We had some difficulty finding out about buying the tickets and the tram routings but eventually boarded a tram but then discovered we had gone too far! Eventually made it back to Petrin Park only to find there was a huge queue for the funicular ...
... dont ask) but I think a ticket is about 90kc
Mainly just a tagging culture rather than grafitti, but they are big on their sticker art and posters.
So overall Intrepid Boho Traveller rating?
Accommodation: ☆ ☆ ☆
Getting Around: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Stuff To Do: ☆ ☆ ☆
Boho Hippy ...
... on the pix...:-) Alex takes notes everywhere and sometimes, they really come in handy.
The army invaded Lida last night
Van full of young US Army linguistics specialists
We joined driver Tom for breakfast
Lo and behold, he went to school in Springfield
We live in Springfield, we said
And the conversation went from there
Should he stay in his current German Alpine village?
... We met a nice local lad and put us in the right direction for a taxi, as not very honest but like all eh! As the hotel not that far from the main shopping strip (15) mins walking, off we headed. Had lovely local meals and the usual local beers. Another surprise, as like Budapest really liked, but like all big cities had to be careful of the ...
... because ALL castles in Europe have guards. It is actually pretty cool and the guards are always quite good looking. They take their jobs very seriously and look tough. We bought a ticket to see the actual castle, which really wasn't much of a castle at all. Well, to clarify, it wasn't what we think a castle should look like, you know the castles we see on TV. It was still very interesting, but not what we expected. We went through the church there and a few other ...