Arcadia Old Town
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... We found a lovely outdoor spot by the waterwheel and the famous John Lennon wall and had a nice leisurely lunch.
Next stop was the Starporamen brewery for a tour that ended up being more of a cross between a commercial and Disney ride. It was a mere 35 minutes and consisted of us moving through 5 rooms and watching various projections in each of the rooms. Yes a beer of your choice was provided at the end of the tour, but still ...
... was just a 5 minute walk from the port, bus and train station and is in a residential neighborhood which made it more interesting. Once settled in, we even had a chance to do our laundry in the washing machine and hang our clothes in the clothes line by the window, just like the locals do. We spent the evening strolling and exploring the diocletian palace and promenade, which were just right outside our neighborhood.
The following morning we proceeded ...
... well, but it was only about $1AUS at the end of the night. Before we settled the bill, a different waiter asked if I wanted another beer, I said nar I am good, and must of been nodding my head at the time, Colleen said you just ordered another beer, sure enough a few minutes later, a new beer was in front of me. I was what the hey, another $4AUD beer for me to enjoy. After dinner, when we rolled back into our room, we just crashed for the ...
... a hitch. The group was always prompt and got along well. We had free time and guided tours. We learned about the history, occupations, saw the good, the bad and the evil. There are a lot of memorials to the Jews in every country we visited. There were people on our tour who had never been in a synagogue and they came away from the trip with a deeper understanding of what really happened in the various countries. They were moved to tears just as we were. ...
... shop we meet our guides, got our bikes and started the tour. We rode around Prague, seeing famous landmarks, the river and stopping for various picture stops. We saw the dancing building and then Lennon memorial wall, we stopped for pictures here. We rode through the Jewish quarter and rode around the city. After the tour we went back to the bike shop, dropped off the bikes and then left. We walked to the old town square, ate a donut and saw the astronomical clock in ...