Capital Apartments Prague
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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It was nice to have a short bus ride for once! We arrived around 2:00pm. We got to our Plus Prague hostel and let me tell you it was something else. They had a pool, sauna, a restaurant attached and really nice rooms. Our original room wasn't getting any internet, so we complained to the reception and surprisingly they got on it right away. But we wanted to head out and see where we were and grab a quick bite. We actually ended up finding this nice Mexican ...
... it was sunny at last, so I wandered across Legii most, stopping to walk around the little island, which was very green and peaceful. I briefly spoke with some colourful women in a red vintage car when they stopped in traffic, and they told me to look up "Red Hat Society" for women over 50. I've got 7 months to go but I guess I look older now I've been roughing it for a while, lol. I rode the funicular up to Petrin Hill and ...
... Simon not knowing his left from his rights it took a big longer to get there. Our journey was meant to be slow as people were leaving and they said we could have a table until 2.30 and it was now 11.30 so we should be okay. It is a male Susan is with rather than a female so the chatter should last about an 1 hour 20!? Some of her post chemo coffees were known to last a few hours! We shared some cereal and then had a light lunch dish each which would then see us through the day ...
... so nice to walk in and greet the brothers and sisters we met last October. There are a few specific individuals that I would like to get to know better. Two of them are Jody and Daniel. Their parents had once been missionaries in South Africa years ago and at times had to flee for their lives because of their service to Jehovah. Their two sons Jody & Daniel are fine boys in the congregation that give amazing comments and ...
... was a lovely evening. And it was a steal of a deal, our balcony seats cost us about 18 euros each. First thing Sunday morning we went to the bus station to buy our return ticket. From there, we went to the Jewish quarter. Before Hitler, Prague had a thriving Jewish population, mostly relegated to a small section of town. There are still some ancient synagogues and the cemetery in the quarter, as well as the old town hall. It was a ...