Alice Apartment House
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... finished, we soon departed. Steve met a chum along the way on the tour, Stefano, from Buffalo, New York, and promptly traded Mandy in for a better class of drinking buddy. Mandy, to her credit, took this on the chin and wandered off to find a better class of photography subject.
Stefano and Steve quickly found the Beer Museum and engaged in some serious Czech tasting paddles - see Diagram 1. He'd also heard about a Monastery on the ...
... of St Vitus.
Cathedral has relatively new stained glass windows 1920's interesting (not a IF). The windows had sponsors so in the bottom right corner part of window there is a small part of the window that indicates the sponsor. The nice one on the right was sponsored by a baker. Ian, once you have rebuilt the new bakery you could move into helping the cathedral - you can choose which one - Anglican or Catholic! I could not get a good photo of it.
We had a great view of the city ...
... used a breakfast beer any ways but it was closed :( After climbing up what seemed to be a small mountain in search of a hardy breakfast to arrive at a closed pub I scarfed down the bread roll I had brought like a starved orphan from the movie Annie. I decided to hop on a bus to get back down the hill. Remember that steep hill I mentioned? Well steep hills don't seem to bother the bus drivers in Prague. He ripped down the hill ...
... the cathedrals visited was the famous St. Vitus Cathedral, which blatantly showcases the product of Gothic architecture. This cathedral is known to be the most significant cathedral in Czech Republic, regular masses are conducted here which attracts many people, both local and foreigners. Overall the cathedral had a rather impressive structure with different designs on every facade.
After viewing the castle was a short walk to the Charles ...
... re on a student's (read: broke) budget, like I am, stay at the Charles Bridge Economic Hostel.. really un-fun name, but the nicest and most helpful staff in the entire world and great rooms, clean bathrooms, close to everything, etc. I'm not kidding when I say this - the manager of the hostel actually drove us to the train station because he didn't want us to pay for a cab, then illegally parked and ran down into the station with us ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlice Apartment House Prague
One of the nicest pensione I've ever stayed. It's very clean. The staff is very helpful. Free internet as well as wi-fi provided. Location is good, not too far out from the center and a main station.
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