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- Shuttle bus service
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- Pets allowed
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... a variety of cocktails, milka chocolate (Variety is key), kebabas, Mexican food and cheese platters. Thus, you would be correct in saying we didn't really experience a real variety of Czech food. Though when you find a dish you really enjoy why would you order anything else? Precisely. Goulash, please get in my stomach. A hearty slow cooked beef soup that leaves you wanting more and is just so *******n delicious the clear winner. The cambert cheese, a ...
... the typical breakfast fare of bacon, sausages, eggs, fruit, etc. It was a nice variety, although the hot items were merely tepid in temperature. Our departure time was 8:15 and everyone was on board in time today. We were off to Nuremberg for lunch on our own. At 10:30 we made a comfort break at a rest area, where we once again had to pay 0.70 € ($1.00) to use their facilities. They do offer a 0.50 € ($0.75) rebate voucher against any purchases made in their store. ...
... 1787--the theater was only 4 years old at the time. It is where Milos Forman shot his famous movie Amadeus, shortly before it was closed down for renovations in 1983. Drama, opera and ballet are performed there nowadays. It was very beautiful especially since it's done in blues and golds instead of the reds and golds that are typical. After our tour, we were taken to the Mozart salon where a quartet performed for ...
... through shopping arcades then crossing streets. Admittedly it's a bit hard to lose a Hilton Hotel. Today we caught a series of trams and used shank's pony to navigate the streets of Prague with only a few moments of complete trepidation. Taking a tram in the absolute wrong direction heading for the Prague burbs did raise the fear factor. I'm now paying for about 7hrs of walking and am almost totally lame but this is the price you ...
... was the site for the student riots in the velvet revolution which resulted in 120 deaths and has a memorial cross to Jan Palach which set himself on fire to protest the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union in 1968.
The walking tour ended here and Joel and I stopped in to have a coffee and make a plan for the day. Great coffee but unfortunately cultural clashes resulted in people smoking inside which was bit gross. We headed back through Old ...