EuroAgentur DownTown Suites
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... that is what they eat) and other staple foods. The meals are cheap and cheerful. You can get a good meal for about 10 to 12 dollars. Bit ******* Jean though as the vegetarian meals are not big on the menus.
Our apartment is about 10 minutes walk to the Old Square, 15 to Wenceslas Square and 5 to the Charles Bridge, so it is in a very good position. The outside of the apartment block is ...
... odd occasion seemed to lack a bit of confidence. theres no way I could have pulled it of. our combination of bus driver and tour leader was fantastic as deanz has been dribving with top deck for 11 years so she knows all the cities and was full of great advice and was really willing to help us to enjoy our time. I would love to do another trip with kaz as she will be a fantastic trip leader. before we knew it our hus was pulling into the hotel in orague that we ...
... of a large shopping strip primarily occupied by pedestrians. There were a lot more shopping options in Prague than we have in Italy, but don't worry mom and dad I refrained from entering the mall! We went into Old Town to catch the 2pm free walking tour. I learned a lot about all of the monuments around the Old Town and Josefov areas and we really enjoyed talking with our tour guide Petra. She had grown up in the area outside of Prague and was very intelligent and kind. ...
... were given one fist-sized loaf of bread for breakfast, a cup of water with salt in it for lunch, and a small potato for dinner. The Red Cross deemed that the Jews had to be able to receive packages, so the Nazis built a small post office where they collected everything sent to the Jews. If any food was received, they dumped all of it, including candy, gum and cigarettes, into a kind of stew to serve to the Jews.
We walked past the work yard to the prison ...
... and there were only a few impressive bits amongst lots of rubbish really. It was a nice way to brighten up a fairly dull street anyway. Next stop was the love locks on a gate overlooking a small stream. We stumbled across it on the way to Prague castle. We strolled up the streets until we got to the castle that overlooked Prague. It was here we saw the terracotta houses below us, just like in all the postcards. We spent a bit of time ...