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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Charles Bridge where I was to meet my tour group. My first shock was how crowded the streets were with people going in all directions! The hotel is located in a no car (except for pick up or drop off) area. I'm sure I looked like a deer in the headlights! I think most of you know how directionally challenged I am, and the directions given were . . . go out the front door, (the hotel is #4 on the map) turn left, walk about 15 minutes to ...
... I tend to nap an awful lot in the car!
Anyway, we secured a great apartment in a modern building, in town, close to the Metro. Like all our apartments, it was three bedrooms, with a terrace and fast internet, but this one was super cool and comfortable and had a great young, hip, city, vibe to it.
So, what was Prague like? What did we do there? Did it meet our expectations? Well, here is a a brief description (and one horrifyingly embarrassing story of our time ...
... boat. We spent a lovely hour paddling in the river, around the island. There were heaps of little puddle boats out and about a lot fun. Later that night just after nine we walked across the road from our apartment, on the river to a place called the Jazz Dock. We listened to jazz, drank red wine and beer as the lights of Prague twinkled in the background and the river flowed silently by. A great way to finish our stay. I have some photos of the day that Geoff has sent ...
... was my first day of school in over 2 months. It was crazy to think that I have not had to go to class in so long. It was nice to get back onto a schedule. Speaking of which, I only have classes 4 days a week now, but all of my classes are 3 hours long! On Mondays I have a Czech Language Class. Tuesdays, I have International Strategy. Wednesdays, I have Global Business and International Trade and Thursdays I have Marketing in Central and Eastern Europe. ...
... s something about those gothic spires towering above you that forces you to stop and stare. This morning was spent scraping our scattered clothes off the dorm-room floor and shoving everything back into our packs. We're flying over Germany now on our way to Bergen, and I can see endless acres of farmland from the window. The next week is going to be very busy because we're hopping all over Norway, never staying anywhere for more than two nights. I hope the fjords are worth ...