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... reformer burned at the stake in 1415, and very ornate with lots of gold. There is a magnificent Art Nouveau statue of Hus in the Square, which itself is a lovely place to wander and just look. Next the Jewish Museum. In fact, a group of buildings - New-Old Synagogue, built in 13th century; Klaus Synagogue; Ceremonial Hall and Pinkas Synagogue. The latter has the names of more than 77,000 Jews who were victims of the Nazis inscribed on the walls. Then the Old Cemetery, ...
... a quick beer at a bar. I guess that's the thing about hosting, you do want to do stuff with your guests, even if you still have to work during the day. But it was fine. Tuesday 6 May 2014 So I have been to Prague before, but as some may recall, I probably spent more time worrying than I did sight-seeing. It was the time of the scam, which a fake Celine Aublanc had tricked me into believing that she had a share house in Lyon and I had paid her half the bond and we agreed I ...
... by when traveling outside of Cape Town, is how people, no matter where you go, are always the same. People are people, in Germany, Budapest, Prague and Cape Town. And while when traveling you may open yourself and your mind up to the potential to see every new experience as some kind of grand adventure, some kind of lesson about worldliness and difference, to me, the most significant thing I think I have ever learnt from traveling is that no matter whether or not you eat eggs ...
... a couple of bucket list items in Prague. I've always wanted to jump into a taxi and say "follow that cab!" Craig and Chris took off in the front taxi and Andy and I were trying to explain where we were going. Finally I just said follow that cab and he took off. We weaved through the streets and arrived at the church. The cab drivers were great. They stopped the metres woe we were loading and unloading the cabs. We loaded all the uniforms into the church and hung them in one of the ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility