At the Old Lady (U stare pani)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Kitto was thinking about leaving, assuming it would be out of our price range. We checked a menu and were surprised that all the prices appeared extremely cheap.
I had a craving for bacon and poached eggs and Kitto got the omelette with with local sausage and a chilli hot chocolate. Upon paying we realised just how cheap things were in Prague, amazing!
With our early start to the day we where making good time, so we decided to make our ...
Prague is perhaps our favorite city we've visited so far. It's a wonderfully cultured city full of music, architecture and the ballet. It's of course also a wonderfully picturesque city. Worth mentioning it's a cheap city with very good cuisine. Lunch at a sit down restaurant can be just US$5. We've had several tasty feasts here for under us$10. Our last meal here was in a monastery, where I gorged myself on a rack of 4 ginormous pork ribs with ...
... happy to sacrifice this if it meant I could be in the heart of town where I didn’t have to book a tram ticket twice in one day to get in and out again. When I arrived at the rather fruitily named ‘Orange Hostel’ I couldn’t help but notice that Prague’s most famous landmark, the Charles Bridge, was a mere twenty metres from the front door.
This proximity meant a number of wonderful things were possible. The first of these was an instantaneous ...
... it? Further, what value is there in achieving such a state in a society that clashes with it?
If there is no afterlife, as I believe there is not, what is the value of being truly right in an objective manner? Do you bow to societies rules in order to find peace? Or do you fight to build a peaceful society? Worse, in doing so have you even done the right thing, or have you served yourself and your subjective ideal, and therefore bent the ...
... young people and students moved here.
In 1993, Czechoslovakia split into two countries, and Prague became the capital city of the new Czech Republic.
Our travel group departed for Prague at 8:30am, and arrived after 4:30pm.
We spent three nights in Prague.