Holiday Home - Hotel, Pension
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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Running late this morning. Grabbed a quick breakfast and check out. Monica was there and left before I left. They called a taxi for me and I was off to the train station. Pretty quiet there when I got dropped off, and it was impossible to tell which platform I was suppose to be on, since I didn't know the destination it origin of the train that I was taking. Managed to figure it out at the last second and dashed to the platform and jumped on the train that had just pulled into ...
... or three times before being canceled around 11pm. Since it was a group flight that we all had to take, the group leaders were figuring out what to do. Eventually another flight was scheduled for the canceled one leaving at 1am. By the time we landed we had gained an hour because of time zones. We got back to the London neighborhood we live in around 4am.
... Cathedral inside the castle grounds was incredible (despite the scaffolding), it reminded me a lot of Notre Dame with its gothic looks and gargoyles. Surprisingly, Notre Dame’s stained glass windows didn’t hold up to the ones in this cathedral; they were made with thousands of tiny panes of glass, which created intricately detailed images. The windows were so beautiful, again, my photos didn’t do them justice. We walked around the castle grounds for a bit ...
... night in Prague. I know that I can come back to the house and sleep, but I think this will be a great fun way for me to meet people and go out for my first time at night downtown Prague. We will see how this goes!
Here are some pics from the past few weeks!! Notice, I have just now uploaded my first ever video-- I call this: "Drunk Villager Man, in his Natural State" 30 seconds in is my favorite part.
Prague is truly a charming city. While we walked through Prague we felt embraced by this charming city with a great vibe. Walking along the Vtlava River, over the Charles Bridge, through the narrow streets line with lovely buildings and into the square filled with cafes and some great little food stands selling smoking hot sausages, ham off the spit and of course brilliant beers made for a wonderful introduction to the ...