Old Town Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a very interesting change from our usual simple carbs. Prague also has donut rolls, which we discovered previously in Budapest and they are just as amazing in Czech. Although it would have been delicious to live off meat, potatoes and donut rolls for 3 days apparently my stomach was not so keen on this idea so there was also the need for a few salads and the odd vegetable to keep things comfortable. Barney also managed to try a large variety of beers all over the place ...
... it was first built, it was a way of respecting the dead, almost an honour to have ones bones used in the Ossuary (not that one would be aware…..they're dead). Seldec was smaller than I had imagined but amazing nonetheless. There's an enormous chandelier in the middle featuring one of every bone in the entire bone (Steph and I can confirm this, counting all 206) and the bones are laid out so very intricately. Theres even the Czech coat of arms made out of bone to one ...
... to Prague during the off-peak season for tourism, yet I’ve never seen so many tourists in one place at the same time. Luckily, this didn’t take away from the beauty and excitement of the city as it sometimes can.
J and I figured one of the best ways to get to know the city was by going on a few tours. We arrived on Friday morning, and our first tour was on Friday afternoon where we went on the ...
... We eventually found the cathedral and they had mass on which was nice to see, it really is a beautiful building. After walking around the grounds of the castle we found a restaurant called Cafe Nobile where we had the best meal. They brought out hot bread which was simply superb, lobster cream for entree, beef fillet for main which simply melted in the mouth and dessert was apple strudel with ice cream and cream. The meal was completely flawless ...
... down a 50 metre corridor covered in bands of neon light which changed colour as you walked towards them. Cloud 9 was more of a bar than a club but the cocktails were good. Finished the night at place called James Dean where if we waited another 30 minutes there would be gogo dancers but just couldn't do it - running out of stamina, will recharge in Montenegro or lose a kidney and prove Lucie right - either way will be a rest right?