Dizzy Daisy Hostel Praha
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... kitchen, eating area and a separate bedroom, bathroom & toilet. The owners daughter was still cleaning when we arrived so we decided we would take a quick walk around the block to give her time and for us to get our bearings. We found we were just around the corner from Wenceslas Square, the main shopping area, which was great. We also found out that we were also right near some seedy strip clubs (apparently, Prague is the 'go too" for bucks nights) but ...
... trammed it back to the hotel by 6.30pm.
Dinner tonight was to be a traditional Czech meal at the same riverside café we paddled the boats from. Beer was drunk, goulash was eaten, and we spoke of life in the Czech Republic before and after the Russian invasion. It was very sad to see Jana head off. Totally in awe of this woman who speaks Czech, did her first undergraduate degree in France, travels abroad so regularly for work that she is also ...
... interested in where I'm from. One thing though, I've forever been ruined by pop star, Justin Bieber. If I meet any girl under 25, and I introduce myself, they say, oh... Bieber! Damn, why can't they say Timberlake, much cooler. It's generational, over 30 is Timberlake though. And surprisingly a lot of people know of Colorado. Of course there are those that know it for its legalization of marijuana, but others know of its beauty too. The States are so ...
Up at 7AM. Final clean up and in the taxi to go to the station. It was a bit confusing at first but we found the train and set off for Berlin.
When we got to our compartment 2 locals were in our reserved seats, but they wandered off without too much fuss and we settle down to a 31/2 hour trip through the country side. Everything went smoothly until we got to Dresden in Germany. Something went wrong there and ...
Tuesday 1 July 2014 Prague
This morning we took a guided tour of Prague, the tour name was "Grand Tour" and it started with a bus ride departing from the Old Town Square and passing by many points of interest including the main railway station we had arrived at yesterday, the National Museum, Wenceslas Square, and the dancing house (a modern glass building named after Fred Astair and Ginger ...