After we did a walk through the old town square and picked up a sausage and more beer. There are lots of food stalls in the main square to choose from, we then took a stroll along Charles Bridge at sunset which was stunning as the castle was a beautiful silhouette and there was less people around.
Our next day was spent wandering around in 35 degree heat, it was unpleasant to say the least as we had a major lack of sleep due to night club and noisy people literally outside our window until 5am. We went up to the castle to see the changing of the guard (although we couldn’t see too much as we along with a few hundred tourists were also there). We retreated to yet another bar to try yet another local beer before heading to the John Lennon memorial wall, I am still unsure why this is here in Prague.
Our last day we went up to the Petrin Tower which is something I hadn’t done on my last visit here. We took a Funicular Railway to the top of the park which was a very small cost £1 and the lift to the top was about £3. The views were great from the top but was very cramped and you literally had to push people to get any kind of view. We walked down and it was a much better experience and we got fantastic panoramic views over the city.
We had a few run ins with incompetent waiters and waitresses where by food we ordered never arrived or change was never given and just general rudeness but you can’t have it all. We were glad to get out of the city and the heat and head to Brno the baby brother of Prague where everything is a bit calmer.