This is the view of New Town
We opted for Pension Tara which have one of the most beautiful room among the hostel we have stayed. It is also really spacious, have a small table, kettle and private bathroom. This is where most of us had our first Maggi Mee through out the trip. Imagine that! I brought a stock of food with me, and only started to fully utilize them from Day 9! Apparently it is not that hard to get Halal food in Europe. :) I keep telling the girls "I am not going to take all these food back to Malaysia. Better eat them now!" :P
Pink some more!
Then we head downstairs to wander around the market which is right in front of the hostel.
Perfect place to buy souvenier
A fridge magnet/keychain will cost ~60CZK
It is here that we discovered Prague is actually also famous as a ghost city. Most of the shops sell ghost puppets that give a hysterical laugh once you make some movements at it.
Next, we walk to the underground station and take the metro to Malostranska.
It is quite hard to find Prague Castle from the metro station. We had to ask a few people to get there. One of them is this guy. Aida and i were trying to decipher the map when he suddenly stop and ask if we need any help. We asked for Prague Castle, and he led us out of the subway and pointed the direction. I know it's actually not good to accept help from strangers, but he seem like a nice person and he told us that the reason he asked is because we look like his friend who was from Malaysia. So, he wanted to help. ;)
A ha! Prazsky Hrad == Prague Castle
Guards doing the round walk
Another Cathedral, i guess.
Next, after successfully asking for directions, we headed to Charles Bridge by taking tram no18 to Karlovy Lazne. The view here is really spectacular! Feels like watching a fairy tale in real life. :)
However, we walk at the wrong way which is right the opposite way towards the New Town!
At last, we walk back and turns out the Astronomical Clock is just around the hostel! :P So, what's so interesting about this clock?
The surrounding of the Old Town Hall is magnificent as well.
Does this picture remind you of Disneyland?
If you notice, we did not stop much for food, but instead we bought it from the stalls. I did take a few photos, but somehow i lost it. :( Anyway, i had vegetarian falafel which is very nice for the cost of 59CZK and then had creamy baked potato for 19CZK.
Hostel: The stairs might kill you, but overall it is a nice room. :)