Hostel One Prague
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Great hostel room with a cool loft and awesome employees.
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... some bad, but I was only marginally successful - I may have dozed for 2 hours, Narelle maybe half that. Arriving into Dubai at midnight (about 6am Sydney time) we found our transport & were at the Millenium Hotel by 1.30am - so we had the chance for 5 hours in a pretty comfortable king-sized bed. The seats on the A380 weren't uncomfortable, but 14 hours in the same spot does get to you, so the chance to lay flat and stretch out was really refreshing. Back to ...
... Brandenburg Gates, then, because it is cold and windy, retreat to our second stadtfahren bus (the first the red double decker back in London) which doubles for us as public transport. We h spend most of the day in the old Eastern Berlin, which is a collage of old buildings under repairs (covered with painted canvas facades), cranes, building sites and shiny glass high rise housing the usual Western franchises like Starbucks. John shows Jack the residual damage ...
... in so many sights, with our own soundtrack playing in the background because there are street performers everywhere. So far we've seen an organ, an accordion, a keyboard, a flute, a didgeridoo, water glasses, various hand and foot shakers, several guitars, many vocalists and a four man jazz band. The concert we attended was a classical performance by piano and viola at an intimate concert room at the Lobkowicz Palace within the Prague Castle ...
13 April 2013 Getting up this morning wasn't very fun after last night, but I made it to the bus station for the three hour ride to the border. At the border I then had to walk through the town for about 10 mins then walk across the bridge into the Czech Republic (no border controls, it was easier than walking from Spain to Gibraltar) then along to the train station of the Czech side of the border. As I had stopped on the way to pick up something to eat, I made the ...
... children, stores etc. So it did look good but the second problem with the visit was one of the three people who came from the Red Cross was the son of a couple who had numerous business enterprises in Germany and actually used Jewish slave labor in their businesses so that person was defiantly not unbiased. In the end the Red Cross gave Terezin a glowing report and it wasn’t for another year when the war finally ...