Travel Blogs from Prague
Our second day in Prague took us to Old Town (Staré Mĕsto) and Josefov, the old Jewish quarter.
One of the highlights of Old Town is the Astronomical Clock on the side of the old town hall. The clock was built in 1410. There's a legend that the municipal council, upon seeing the end result and being very impressed, wanted to be sure …
The drive to Prague and our hotel took most of the day. Negotiating big city traffic is not my idea of a good time and Prague is not a car-friendly town. The task was made much easier by the fact that Bruxi brought a GPS into which we could enter our destination address and it took us right there. GPS makes traveling so much easier.
We had …
... Ivan made a speech to the room when the band took a break and we started chatting to a local Czech girl and her two Italian friends. Ivan had big eyes for the Czech girl who was ultra cute. Saturday morning was slow since it had been a particularly big night the night before, but Ivan and Vlad had to move hotels, which the mew one was only around the corner, thankfully!! Ivan went straight to the Irish bar, because the next ...
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We arrived back at the flat after trekkin' up those 105 steps to get ready for our dinner and jazz night out at Cafe Mozart.
We arrived around 7:30, with the music starting at 8pm. What another great meal.
Back to the flat after walking home, stopping to take some night shots and ended the day, as usual with climbing the last 105 steps to the flat.
... like it had the same as the suburb of our hostel.
Once the train rides were complete the trip required one tram connection. I think we tried this one 4 times before eventually reaching our destination in to Sir Toby’s. Once we checked our bags in we headed back into the city for a bit of a look around. Whilst looking on the map where we needed to be during the tram ride an older guy showed us where we needed to get off at. Great vibes of the ...
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An apartment hotel so we had a fully furnished kitchen with living area and separate bedroom. Our stay was short and we were offered a great rate - competitive with a much smaller hotel room. If you're looking for a full service hotel with concierge, lobby, bar, restaurant, gift shop, lots of staff and full facilities you'll be unhappy here. For what it is, an apartment hotel, it was great. I would happily stay here again.
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