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... point for a stretch and chance to get something to eat and drink was hectic due to it being hliday time here as well. I guess one issue when travelling in peak season. On arrival at the hotel we were allocated our rooms before a quick orientation walk to see what is around the hotel. Unfortunately 30 mins was not really enough time to get one self tidied up before going out and having dinner. There relly was not a rush to do this and we should have been given a little more time to ...
... he wasn't ready for bed). So we wander back into another strip club, this one offered us 6 shots upon entry, so how could we refuse. In we go, to discover that we were the last ones there and the last dancer was halfway through her 'show'. So we sat and watched for a while, until he disappeared with a girl, after asking to borrow some money... I was then the last one in the club, and was getting chatted up by a girl with a rather deep voice, whose sex I ...
... and back to the hostel to make dinner. We're now planning what to do tomorrow.
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On my last day in Prague, I was due to fly to Barcelona in the evening, I went to the station and stored my luggage and then went exploring. First I tried skyping mum and used the free wifi at hungry jacks which expired after an hour. So I then moved to the McDonalds and used their wifi for another hour. The weather was not as nice as the previous two days and it started raining. I visited one of the bell towers which had a ...
... walk several blocks to a secluded restaurant whose name translates "The Red Wheel". We are charmed with the lovely patio and décor. The salmon dish we selected is excellent, and our new friends Barbara and Joan and Ron join us. We opt for walking back to our hotel through the charming streets lit by lamplight and store display windows.