TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Kotlarka Prague
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... playing a baroque organ. Well we needn't have worried. The music was as beautiful as the venue. Sitting in the front row we could observe the musicians. Today was raining so we set out for the castle regardless and yes we found our way, via a few detours, to the tram stop. Two interesting sights greeted us: first, the changing of the guard and then an example of globalisation at the lookout over the city. St ...
... and exploited. Like a teenager entering the unfamiliar world of adulthood, it is a city that is in the midst of defining its own boundaries while concurrently maintaining its innocence and naiveté. What that means for a visitor to Prague is the chance to experience the best of both worlds that Europe has to offer and the opportunity to explore and understand its claim to fame as Central Europe's crown jewel. It's an opportunity that should not be dismissed and is one that we thoroughly ...
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... and liberkaiser but I still think that's a pretty good effort. There's no train to Prague (directly) so the bus is a good option. Our train to Munich arrived at 12:41 and the bus departed at 12:50 according to the ticket. We arrived at 12:50 and waited and waited and waited. No bus. A Canadian girl who spoke German and who was also waiting for the bus helped us but still no bus. She was there earlier than us and saw nothing. As far as ...
... shamed into buying a cheap umbrella by the rest of the tour group. But it was really interesting to wander around old Prague, see the Astronomical Clock and the old buildings, then check out the Palace. Prague is an interesting place.
That night the hostel had a free BBQ (score!) and you can't say no to the cheap beer. Also, they have some sort of fruit moonshine called "Bum". So there's that.