My final day in Prague started early with a walk up/through Petrinske park, both as a way to get some exercise and for something to do. The surroundings were beautiful and the park seemed like a great place to hang out (restaurants, playground, sports facilities and even a maze somewhere), but I was let down that there wasn't a spectacular view from the top. Well, there is a tower you can climb but I was too early to do so, and probably wouldn't have considering you had to pay. I returned to the hostel, packed up, checked out and made my way to old town to meet Ariel, "12 o'clock at the Astronomical clock" was our plan, but that was stupid. Turns out every tourist and their mother goes at that time to see the clock strike 12, oops
Another epic bus journey complete, I awoke in yet another new city as the sun rose over the horizon. Pulling into the bus terminal I crossed my fingers for a strong WiFi connection so I could sort out my plans for the next few days. I spent the first moments of the day sorting myself out, finding a place to sleep for the next few nights and the best way to navigate this city. Within a few hours I was in the common room of Chili Hostel, a budget option in a great location, taking advantage of their internet to sort out where I'd be getting my morning massage. I discovered I was only a few blocks from both a TESCO and Lotus Spa, my morning was set.