Domus Balthasar Design Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the war. It's now the most affluent area in Prague. Funny how that happens huh! We ended our tour beside the river just after 3 hours of solid walking - we were well in need of food and cold water as it was so hot. Our guide recommended a good local restaurant with cheap Czech food and cheap beer...so the 4 of us headed there. It was downstairs into a cute little bar - bit of a hidden gem! There was no English menu, but thankfully the ...
... by then,their wives would pass sausages through the bars in the gates so they would not go hungry. Not all towns had the same spaces between the bars,hence different size of sausages had to be made. It is possible to walk on top of the wall. We did some shopping in the Christmas shop which was massive. There were hundreds of people in the town to listen to a world championship of marching bands. I think they were all practicing at the same time. 12th July Left Wertheim ...
... other areas of the city. I guess because if all the apartments you can get on the Metro and get across town in about 30 minutes, and we are talking a city of 10 million.
Friday June 20Garry went on a hike up about 300 steps to a walkway and then a tram ride to see another area. I decided to take the tram a few stops into our area and just walk around and check out some shops.
Sat. June 21
Garry found a market while he was on the ...
... to fires, however a mummified hand remains on the wall.
*There is one statue dedicated to the premiere of Mozart's Don Giovanni in 1787. It is a cloaked man with a gaping hole in it. The fire brigade are often called out to due to tourists trying to stick their heads in it.
*The Jewish cemetery is a strange shape. As the cemetery grew they ran out of land. They were not permitted to expand the area so instead they were ...
... attempt to fix Lisa's wheel. We glued and tried, but we were unsuccessful, so we figured we would try the following day and let it sit for the whole day/night. Dinner was just at the hostel. It included a lot of meat, roasted potatoes, and some stir-fried capsicums and some weird ass falafel type thing Nice, but all very oily :/ and the felafel thing looked like a flattened burger party and was so ...