Gallery Hotel SIS
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... watching grind core videos was super random, including his own grind core band which he does vocals for. He offered us weed on multiple occasions and we eventually took him up on his offer and smoked a J on the Charles bridge, a memorable moment for sure, as we are smoking it out pop these 3 German dudes looking for weed, next thing you know they're talking about tasters for some reason :| Also a big part of the hostel being so awesome is the hostel cat wifi, this sick ...
... making their way home after work. There was life and activity and for the first time I felt there was more to Prague than just the tonka tourist town or the depressing communist run-down areas. We saw tourist sites the Goldern Angel and Dancing House, and most interestingly, the Ss. Cyril and Methodius Cathedral. We had read about the Cathedral earlier at the War Museum. In 1942, during World War II, the cathedral was the scene of the last stand of a number ...
... him as his new best mate. Because he is so close, we often walk past. The kids have now been behind the counter and running the till, helped paint Nicholas' new deck and promised him artwork for the walls. He is super patient and terrific with them. Why am I telling you all this? Well, his wife's family is Czech (hence the move back here) and his brother-in-law runs a café on a boat moored down in the city. So after lunch with directions from ...
... ask someone at small snack stand to get directions. I heard sirens in the background and had a very bad feeling. Sure enough, the police entered the park and all of us got out of the cab while the police talked with the cabbie, I paid the fare just prior and we got directions from the woman at the snack shop and walked away. We had a long hike ahead of us and Jim went on ahead to find the ...
... a few more rooms, we ran into an English-speaking tour group of high schoolers and trailed behind them, trying to hear all that the tour guide was saying. He gave some gruesome details of what some of the prisoners had to go through. It was awful to hear about it.
Eventually, Matt and I broke away from the tour group and found a passageway that served as a tunnel to get from one side of the camp to the other. Before Terezin was a ...