Lida Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... better than others (Did someone say Segway? Yes we did. One word. Fun!). However when a city is pitch black by 3:30pm, it is understandable (and completely socially acceptable and encouraged) that our days would inevitably end in drinking cheap beers and delicious local drops of red. Couple this with numerous treks through the early-closing streets of Prague (to which seemed balmy comparatively to the sub-zero finger numbing, toe-aching temperatures during ...
... tour would be in English. So, that is the main reason it was so long and over the 'scheduled' time. You do get to see a lot, but I would recommend trying to go at a time when there are less crowds as some of the areas were extremely packed. By the end of the day I was stoked with the knowledge and inspiration I got from the tour, I got a bus back to the hotel and prepped myself for a nice buffet dinner in the hotel then to bed from a long day ...
... at the end of the flags being presented spectacular . Then some speeches and then the entertainment really good. All this was followed by some yummy food and lots of lovely wine. There were people catching up having not seen each other since last congress 3 years ago, so lots of kissing hugging & laughing. It was a very enjoyable day.. We caught the Metro home about 8.30 easy we were home in 1/2 hr thank goodness we didn't repeat the ...
... places we've been so far. We ordered and they brought up some complimentary bread. Awkwardly, they hadn't brought a plate for us so we just assumed that we were supposed to use the little stacked glass bowls that were places next to the balsamic and olive oil. Mid using the glass bowls, the waiter came along and brought us a plate...turns out we had actually been using ashtrays. So awkward but also hilarious!
Lunch seemed to be full ...
... to our silent table. This friendly guy asked me, what had I learned during my travels? I told him about my ideas for the "Romantic Revolution": no sex; no monogamy; every girl kisses every guy.
I spoke passionately. A kiss is acceptance; not kissing, rejection.
Minutes after I tried to kiss Maja the first time, she removed her sun-glasses to reveal soft brown eyes.
"You're the reason I ...