Bishop's House Hotel
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... up early to make our tour bus to Terezin, where there used to be a concentration camp from WWII. It was crazy. It was very emotional walking through a place were so many people were tortured and killed. The town of Terezin was used as a Ghetto for Jews, as they were hoarded there awaiting transfer into Auschwitz. "Ghetto" is a nice way of saying it, as the conditions there were not unlike that of Auschwitz, etc. The military fortress on the edge of town served as a ...
I was meant to be back in Rue Montergueill having a nice croissant and coffee for breakfast. I was meant to buy my Parisian souvenir -- a classic french blue and white choker. Instead I got up at 9:30AM. Only had enough time to go to the corner cafe, have coffee and a fairly ordinary croissant (still can't go wrong tho), and write. I left the keys inside the apartment without ...
Today in Prague we saw the last few sights in the city we hadn't been able to see. We saw the massive metronome on a hill next the river on our morning run and then headed up to the Czech Castle after lunch. It was advertised as the largest castle in all of Europe, but that didn't seem entirely true. I'd say at most it was a palace- it was lacking the stone construction, moats, ...
... but a different kind of crazy all together. He was a fun guy, but I ...
... and this was 11pm at night! I have honestly never felt anything like it, felt like it could have been the middle of the day! It was dead in the club so we tried to find the bar crawl that we'd opted not to do earlier. We found out where they were going, but the weren't there yet. So we proceeded to get a bottle of wine and sit on the curb and wait for the bar crawl to come by. It didn't come. We drank the wine. And so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed