Charles Bridge Residence
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of the zombies (gypsies) you see roaming the streets. After a meal and a nap I was feeling better and explored a bit more. I finally saw Old Town, the Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle during sunset and all lit up after dark. It was one of those moments where you're just in complete awe. I walked back to the center and bought a Trdelnik which is a traditional dessert of the area- think fried dough/monkey bread wrapped like a snake coil with sugar, ...
... sense of the city and try to stay awake.
It is pretty cold here. Most are still wearing winter heavy coats. Temps are mid forties with a breeze. I am glad for layers and grabbing gloves and hat at the last moment. I had the scarves packed. Checked in our room about 3:30pm. I warned everyone to try to stay awake and not take a nap and we will feel almost normal tomorrow. It was hard to sit down and not let eyes ...
Our last full day in Prague, and it was a late start again, we didn't have breakfast until after 11am, so more Brunch than Breakfast. Colleen is still feeling the effects of her cold, so the day won't be a long one. It was noon by the time we were out the door. We were heading to the area around the Prague Castle. We took a tram to a stop near by, then had to walk a massive hill which swept up gradually. By the time we got to the top, we ...
We arrived in Prague and made our way from the airport to the bus to Dejvicka. Then it was metro to Strasnicka and tram 26 for 4 stops to krematorium. Unlike Rome, we got all of this nailed first time! We dropped our bags, met our host Didier and settled in. Such a nice feeling to take those bags off! We headed back out to a restaurant we passed on the way from the tram, ready to try some of Pragues' food which we heard was cheap for Europe! Bruschetta, salmon pizza and chicken pizza , ...
... about going on a holiday (vacation) to other European countries. We talked about how difficult things are in this world and that I can not judge him for what he *must do to support his family. I did compliment him though on his desire to support his family. We traded contact info and I plan on bringing him this months Watchtower magazine on "what has God done for you" because he mentioned that he believes God is giving him this work to feed his ...