Charles Bridge Residence
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... just enough force to cause moderate pain, while Hagan just swung and slugged my right arm. I knew instantly what I had done.
Out from the darkness our tour guide said. “Oh, I don’t see, ever. I am blind.”
Yeah! I can’t even tell you what a giant ******* I felt like. At least the freaking place was dark so the others couldn’t see my crimson face and complete horror.
For the last 1/4 of the tour I walked around shaking my ...
... well. She wanted to check out the castle but decided to go to the old town for a bite to eat with us. After a spot of lunch I directed Rebecca to the castle and we went back to the hostel to chill out before my coach journey to Cesky Krumlov. I was looking forward to going to Cesky Krumlov. At the same time I was gutted that I was missing the pub crawl at the hostel that night. Wish I knew before I booked the coach. Around 18.00 I headed to the coach station to go on my next ...
... been fully fermented and therefore had a more pure taste to it. I only managed 2 or 3 sips then let Van have the rest. I'm not a drinker, but yeah - that beer was alot better than the 2 other beers I've tried in my entire life.
10) the world's biggest toystore - to be honest, from outside it just looks like a small grey building, and we couldn't go inside anyway. It was the statue outside of the toystore that was the main talking point - the boy with the ...
... This wasn't the best tour though as the guide seemed uninterested and Bored! It was also the only sightseeing tour we'd paid for so perhaps it was the fact that the guide wasn't working towards his tip!
That evening we'd arrange to meet the people we'd met on the "pub crawl" for dinner. We met in the centre square and took them to a restaurant that had been recommended to us on our first tour. It served traditional Czech food at reasonable prices and of course - Czech ...
... After a walk around the streets we headed down the hill toward our last stop of the day, The Old Town Square. It was about 6pm and started to get crowded. It had a buzz about it and we headed to the astronimical clock which is so ornate and unusual. After this we looked at the Tryn Church which is so unique from the outside and can be seen from afar.
Well the USA vs Germany game was about to start so we wanted to watch a little before our ...