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I'd booked a tour of Prague before we left home. It sounded interesting "Nazi and Communist Prague". We took the tram into town this time, which was a bit longer but you got to see more of the city. On first observation I would say that Prague is much less multicultural than the other European capitals we have passed through. You don't see any of the Muslim, African, Asian communities that are common elsewhere. Our guide later confirmed what ...
... were in Prague.
Getting to the hotel by train and foot was a bit of a challenge, especially with strange road names, changing road names, some bad luck and a ****** map. By 10.30pm, we made it to Barcelo Five Prague. It was a nice enough room, comfy and air conditioned with weird disinterested service. We went to grab a midnight snack, only to find the last guest had nibbled all the nuts and lollies, and resealed the packages as new. ...
... in my flowing princess white gown: on a camel in front of a pyramid, jumping in the air with the Massai in Kenya, in a hand carved canoe deep in the Amazon jungle giving a high-five to a painted indigenous child, swimming with a whale shark in the Gulf of Mexico, at the top of Kilimanjaro.
Praha is one of those places where you turn a random corner, look up and gasp. It's like a treasure hunt for architectural surprises.
... would have more time to read a paper he needed to. The meal was fine with everything served with dumplings but David’s seem to be made of bread and Marion’s of potato. . We were the only people in the restaurant at 7.00pm and we felt they would rather we were not there at all. Never mind, you win some and you lose some and we had no complaints about the quality of what we were provided with.
Today is the final day in Prague, so I saw it only fitting that I began the day by drinking. That brought us all the way back to Prague Castle and the Monks' Brewery. You see among all that prayer, the Monks decided to start brewing some beer ages ago and it still stands today. There was no way to choose, so I had all four types of their beer that are brewed right there. Once all that beer and some food was finished, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed