Hotel Adria Praha
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... the bill and expect a tip in some places. We dodged the rain (it threatened us a few times) but we managed to have comfortable weather in the low 20’s. Our hotel was fabulous, great service and location (Hotel Unitas) so couldn’t really fault anything. If it weren’t for us feeling pretty horrible today, we would have explored a bit more. Just hope we both feel better tomorrow!
Looking forward to arriving in Budapest! But for now, more Paracetamol is in ...
... and a huge bowl of greek yogurt. We also split a fresh crepe with powdered sugar and lemon. :) After brunch, we headed to the Prague castle. The castle is one of Prague's most popular sightseeing landmarks. The "castle" is not a traditional castle as many of you would envision from the movies or fairytales. It's more of a collection of buildings and churches built at various times over the last 1,500 years (or so). The main cathedral, for example, was completed over ...
... evening all of them were actually warm. I thoroughly enjoyed them.I enjoyed the company of people. The place (Great- just great! Oposite brothel and next to the theatre - synchronicity works here!) . The music. The fact that although the place is small we all fit in and danced and tried to dance in the space provided. No physical harm done. We all created such an atmosphere. And the dancing was for me just right. The embraces I received were assuring, strong, friendly ...
... and hope you don't fall out in the night.
We got in to Prague around 730am and had a reasonable nights sleep, compared to what we would have got had we opted to be cheap and have the normal seats. It was a bit of mish to find which train and bus to take as usual, but after asking a couple of locals we managed to figure out the right direction to head. After we got off the bus we only had the street name and number of the apartment we were staying at with ...
... Prague Castle proclaimed Bohemia and Moravia a German protectorate. For most of its history, Prague had been a multi-ethnic city with important Czech, German and (mostly Czech- and/or German-speaking) Jewish populations. From 1939, when the country was occupied by Nazi Germany, and during World War II, most Jews were deported and killed by the Germans.
In 1942, Prague was witness to the assassination of one of the most powerful men in Nazi ...