Re: [93attendees] Taxi and car services in Prague

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Mon, 13 July 2015 20:28 UTC

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Subject: Re: [93attendees] Taxi and car services in Prague
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> On 07/13/2015 07:48 AM, Randy Bush wrote:
>>> Note that this is the hotel's taxi service, which can be charged to
>>> your room folio.  Depending on how it's coded, this usually earns
>>> Hilton points.
>>>>   Folks, you can send an e-mail to taxi.prague@hilton.com with your
>>>>   flight info and they will meet you at the airport for 900 CZK or US
>>>>   $36 EUR 33. Well worth it if you have luggage.
>> it takes considerable effort to find a higher priced way to get
>> to town.
> 
> Meaning, there are a number of lower priced ways???

hotel taxis are expensive, often the most expensive, transport.  take a
metered taxi.  or, if you are happy to rip off drivers in the 'sharing'
exonomy, praha has a local uber clone.

randy