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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the totalitarian regime and the statues gradually atrophy as you move uphill. From 1948-1989, over 205,000 Czech were imprisoned, executed, died in prison, or shot attempting to cross the border including 170,000 who managed to leave by other means. In the evening, we returned to the restaurant where we first had lunch for our final farewell to the city, this time ending the day with a yummy apple strudel with cinnamon quark. During our entire stay, the weather remained warm, ...
Cheers from Prague! Another European city lined with beautiful Baroque style architecture. We arrived in the Czech Republic later in the day and received an evening walking tour of the city. We visited Wenceslas Square named after the patron saint of Bohemia (where the Christmas Carol Good King Wenceslas comes from)! We walked down one of main shopping strips (to scope out for tomorrow) and ended at the Old ...
... to head back to town, so waiting for the tram, there was this young couple kind of intimate, and he had his hand on her bum, rubbing gently, so I took Garry's hand and put it on my bum, and he started to rub, we turned our heads and started giggling, just like kids---
Went to our favorite market for some salmon, and luckily there was a jazz band playing and we got a table right beside them, they were very good, so we sat and enjoyed lunch and the music. Does ...
... We obviously had to make the most of it and it didn't take long for everyone to get a bit rowdy. The tour leader told us to take it easy with the absinthe shots because they had called the ambulance three times that week already! We went to about 3 different bars and got a free shot on entry at each place. As we moved the group got bigger and bigger and our last stop for the night was the 5 storey night club, the biggest in ...
... minimal tourists. We began our evening at the White Whale, a quaint pub near downtown, but not close enough to be touristy or expensive. I still haven't found an affinity for beer, even Czech beer, so the actual "pub" part was wasted on me.
From there, we walked downtown to tour some of the pubs and see several works of art. One that I was most impressed with was The Memorial to the Victims of Communism by Czech sculptor Olbram Zoubek ...