Friday morning, we woke at the hotel after a good night’s sleep. Thankfully, the bed at the Park Inn was MUCH better than the one at the Mercure in Kassel. We both managed to get some good sleep, so that was really helpful for the full day ahead. We headed downstairs to the breakfast buffet and feasted on fresh fruits, fresh breads, eggs, and croissants. I love European breakfasts. They’re so delicious, and the massive amount of breads and spreads make me VERY happy.
After breakfast, we headed back out to the city to do more sightseeing. We started in the same area we had been in the night before, and worked our way out from there. We saw the astronomical clock in the Old Town Square, saw the St. Vitus Cathedral, and walked along the Jewish Quarter. The Jewish Quarter was my favorite of all we saw in Prague, but I had completely forgotten that Saturday was the Jewish Sabbath, so we didn’t get to see the Jewish Cemetery (which was a bummer, because we both really wanted to see it).
Overall, we had a full day of walking around, sight-seeing, and checking out all that Prague had to offer. I wore shoes that weren’t fabulous for walking around in, so by the time that dinner rolled around, all I wanted to do was go back to the hotel. We wound up eating in the restaurant there in the hotel, and I’m so glad we did! The food was fantastic! Jamie had roast duck and I had chicken. We were both very pleased with the dinner!
After dinner, we went back to the room and passed out for a good night’s sleep.
Next Up: Hiking in the Czech Republic!