A. V. Pension Praha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... while we went to the store. We decided to buy our own wine seeing as Cory likes a more dry wine and I prefer sweet. We got home and made the noodles. It was a delicious meal. We watched face off but the app only played an 1.11 minutes when the real movie is 1.40. We watched I Am Legend after that then went to bed. I love this bed. So ...
... all until tomorrow and we would deal with it then. We had to go to bed.
Gabi insisted she would drive out to the Airport at midnight to collect our bags which we naturally said was absolutely not going to happen but she insisted so we didn't have the energy to argue with her. She came back for me to sign an Authority to say I gave permission for her to collect our bags for us along with the receipt from the Lost Baggage Claim office.
Being the ...
After departing Paris, we flew to Munich via Copenhagen. This was a bit out of the way, but the cheapest way to get to Munich given the public holiday. We arrived at the hotel just in time for the tour briefing (by 10 minutes!).
The hotel was close to the airport but extremely inconvenient for visiting down town Munich as it would take an hour on the train. Given that Bec still has no voice, we figured we would eat ...
... but it is still uncommon to display any obvious patriotic symbols.
The third bar was just as much for food as it was for beer. I ordered the unfiltered Pilsner and a giant hunk of pig knuckle still on the bone. The meat was deliciously fatty and crisp on the outside. It came with the freshest horseradish I have ever tasted. It was so, so perfect. So perfect…
The last bar was an underground soviet style bar similar to the one I had been ...
... in city with an old church and some buildings. There was also an old synagogue in the village which shows that maybe my people did come from around here. I lit some nag champa incense and walked around the Zipser Jerusalem field with Courtney hand in hand as the sun went down on this magical day. We headed back to town and went back to the same restaurant we had eaten the night before. Afterwards we went to a bar/cafe that had some sheeshah to smoke. We ordered some tea and a ...