Hotel Beranek Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... anonymous building, which I had mixed feelings about. (Yay, they expose corruption! But oh no, they also bully children over the internet.) Also they called the base "Institution of crypto-anarchy" which seems weird and disingenuous to me, considering institution and anarchy are the opposite of each other, but none the less, pretty interesting to see that kind of environment. We also saw lots of cool street art done by graffiti artists and it was very cool ...
... my newly acquired money to our waiter, and ask if the bills are real. He says, regretfully, that the two 1,000 denomination bills are not Czech. I had looked at their mint condition, but had not thoroughly examined all the writing on them, some of which was in Cyrillic. I run back out to look for the cheat. He is (of course) nowhere to be found. I hold up the currency to the man behind the window at the exchange kiosk, and ask him what they are worth. He informs ...
Sunday, August 25 Everyday has provided Meg and I with new opportunities to see and do things we never could in the States. Today was no exception, and the bike ride to Karlstejn Castle was exactly what we needed on day five of VanHam Eurocation. Biko Bike Adventures exceeded every expectation from rental gear, guide service and rerouting based upon our request. We originally booked the road bike tour to Karlstejn, roughly a 30 mile ride round trip. After three days ...
... my phone, but no way of printing it. I went to the train station and tried everything I could think of. One woman was incredibly helpful, and even took my phone into the back to try to plug it into her boss’s printer with the USB cord to print it directly, and left me her phone as collateral. When none of that worked, 7 minutes before the train pulled out, I had to buy a new ticket. It was a painful $85 mistake, and probably not the best ...
... change in Czech crowns. The check out lady got so confused she told John not to pay for the water, so he left the shop with water but still no Czech money. On the second try he found a more able cashier.
Our final evening was spent in the local pub having an ale or three to celebrate a birthday. Beer is plentiful, cheap and tastes good. Wine is less common, costs more and does not have the best taste. Not much of an export future for Czech ...