Hotel Villa Milada
Travel Blogs from Prague
... go! No trouble we went for a walk. We spotted the central square which was magic at night time being all lit up. I bought a drunken fridge magnet souvenir while we spotted Shrek, a shark and a Jedi trying to get people to come into the Thai massage parlor. It was an eventful and fun walk around night time Prague and just wetted our appetite for the following three days.
Beginning our first full day as I’ve done in almost all the cities I’ve been too was ...
... people, no matter where we are. I like to watch them interact with each other, learn about what their customs are, their work, and how they live. By simply sitting and observing, I tend to learn MUCH more than I could about the people than I could ever learn by reading........even though I only understand a few words of their languages.
A word of advice when you travel.....keep your eyes open. Pay attention. Never be so busy that ...
... very impressive). We enjoyed their company in the small dose, and moved on to venture into the Prague streets and to find an ATM. This currency exchange was great and unbelievably cheap cheap! On the streets, the weather was very hot and there was construction surrounding the hostel’s district. We stopped into an underground Pub, “Zlata Kovadlina”. Ramsey ordered a Zlatopramen (Local Beer) and I ordered Bila Vina – ...
... Got out of the hotel by 9 - I need to write this because it was a miracle and managed to get on an earlier train to Prague, stopping at Linz to change trains. When we finally arrived in Prague in the afternoon, Chris, the apartment greeter was there to meet us. He organised taxis to take us into the apartment which is smack bang in the middle of the old town.
Our apartment is enormous - 2 huge bedrooms with loft windows and beds everywhere so kids all to their glee ...
... the train and get to our destination.
Train ticket crisis averted we caught the metro to Wenceslas Square and walked along the boulevarde before popping in to Rocky O'Reilly's Irish Pub for a mid-boulevarde thirst quencher before catching a tram to the top of Petrin Hill.
We wandered the gardens for a little while before heading back down to the apartment to decide "what next?".
By this time it was nearly 6pm and still being ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool