Anyway, check out the sights in Prague, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. We took a whooping 700 photos here! Can't possibly post them all so here are just some highlights.
Well, being students on a limited budget, we chose to book one of the cheapest hotels available- Residence Casa Italia. And of course cheap hotels also means that it's probably small, cramped, not too clean, and God knows what else. We were however pleasantly surprised. The place was so huge! And the owner extremely friendly. He actually took the time to write down the key places for us to visit and recommended cheap and good places to have our meals. Very good PR, I've gotta say. Plus, the hotel was only a 5 minute walk from the nearest train station. All in all, a really good place to stay. I'd definitely go back there if I ever make another trip to Prague.
One of the bedrooms
The kitchen and dining area
The bathroom. The shower area is just behind this mirror and sink
Now, like most things, Prague does have its downside. It's people. They were generally rather unfriendly, rude, and all things not nice. The only exceptions were the hotel owner and his family, as well as the owner of a souvenir shop (where we bought most of ours). It really was quite a turn-off. And it is this that would make me think twice about recommending Prague to everyone else. A beautiful city filled with not so internally beautiful people.
Look out for the next post on Berlin, the city of modern technology.