Hostel One Prague
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Great hostel room with a cool loft and awesome employees.
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... but it was the most viable option for the two of us. That meant that I got to have a yummy Vietnamese tofu soup for the first time in quite some time. I love Asian food, especially their noodle soups. This one was yummy too. We endured and had fried ice cream too for desert. We weren't going to but when I went up to pay I saw one being prepared for someone else. It looked good so I had to order it. It was pretty good too. We were going to go to a bar for ...
... ended up dating a hooker in Budapest one drunken evening--he mistook her forward approaches as evidence of his own charm and good looks. It sometimes seems like these things are the kinds of stories most worth writing about because know one would care much for reading about the small routine niceties that make people all over the world who they actually are--for instance an English breakfast is only actually popular in England! I often take doing something as simple as ...
... purchase tickets to attend their concert that night at 5pm before leaving to see the surrounding sites.
The St Nicholas sits on one side of the square, The church of Tyn sits on another side and on the other side is located the town hall with the astronomical clock. As we cross the square we see the usual mix of tourists and also those seeking to make a little money from the tourists. On a bench sitting next to a group of visitors is a young man ...
... Town Square having one last look around. At the hotel I met up with L&H, Sav, Michael and Kim and we headed to a café for some dinner. After that it was time to meet up with the others at the hotel and make our way to the train station for our train to Poprad, Slovakia.
Our train left on time and we were quickly leaving Prague behind. On the train I once again shared a three berth cabin with Len and Shirley. Shirley ...
... man has no choices. He's stuck in his tie wearing, desk sitting, nonentity of a 'lifestyle' with no regard for those who dream of something better. He's a settler. Settled blindly with what society has forced him into. He's never seen Into The Wild. He hasn't listened to Tracy Chapman. He didn't cry when Jack slipped into the icy water and Rose said she'd never let go. Maybe I'm turning into a hippy.
It's about an hour before a kind ...