Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square
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I had a great time and it was a very nice hotel. They were very accommodating and friendly.
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... samplers of some of the great Prague micro-brews.
My final night in the city wasn’t complete until I saw Brazil get absolutely mauled by Germany in the World Cup semi-final. Everyone – including me – was completely stunned by the final result of Germany 7, Brazil 1. It was utter humiliation for the host country.
Time is slipping away on this trip, and so I’m off again.
Austria is ...
... Nazis and which was found after the war. It showed kids playing in a mocked-up playground where they were to ask passing guards "will you play with me Uncle?" And the guards were to reply "not today, but tomorrow morning." It also showed older Jews watering and tending gardens on the banks of the moat, growing vegetables which they would never get to eat. These were used to convince the populace that Terezin was a very humane ...
... all the stores were closed, so we went and tried some more local cuisine. After we mosied our way back. First we went to the bus station to try and figure out a bus to Kosice, Slovakia, but we arrived to late and all the ticket booths were closed. We got back on the subway and headed home, where we plopped into bed for the evening.
We were really enjoying Budapest so we decided to stay for a fourth night. We started off the day eating at the popular soup shop, and ...
... saw another movie (yep we were making the most of it!!) before walking back to our neighbourhood to have dinner again at Lavicka and catching a late taxi to the train station to catch our overnight train. Looking back Prague had some beautiful scenery to see and great food and beer to taste. It was definitely let down in our experience by the location we were staying in but the prices were cheap of most things and overall it was definitely worth the visit and we enjoyed our ...
... and Moravia, Prague is in Bohemia where you can buy bohemian crystal.
The Czech Republic is the 2nd largest consumer of beer in Europe, the first being Ireland; of course. Kez asked the bus who they thought the largest consumer of beer in Europe was, some fool said Australia and I'm guessing they failed Geography.
When the Nazis invaded the Czech Republic the ghetto they set up for the Jews was meant to be a museum for the extinct race, where they would set up ...