Hotel Adria Praha
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... smile at them. I didn’t realize how often I smiled at strangers, workers, dogs, babies, everyone. In the Czech Republic, if you smile at a stranger there are 3 ways it could be taken. First, they may think you are coming on to them or want something and are creeped out. Secondly, they may think you are smiling at someone else, because why would you be smiling at a stranger? Thirdly, they immediately know you are an American. I was curious as to why not smiling ...
... People there seemed to hate the world and everyone in it. We wondered why everyone there was so miserable.
We arrived to Zizkov Campground and checked in. The place was locked up like Fort Knox. There were 10 foot gates with key card access only. It was impossible for me to pull the jewstick out at this campground. He walked us to a corner of the campground and told us to check in in the morning. This place seemed dead and I wanted to leave ...
... undergoing change as people continue to write notes of Love and Peace on the wall- used as a source of venting for the people, The Lennon Wall represented not only a memorial to John Lennon and his ideas for peace, but also a monument to free speech and the non-violent rebellion of Czech youth against the regime. Made me feel quite calm as the wall was only filled with nice positive messages. We also left our mark on the wall :) We headed from the Lennon wall to the ...
Because we had eaten so much we didn't feel like walking any more, so we sat for a while over coffee in a shopping centre, watching the world go by. Looking at the shops, there seems to be plenty of money around.
We walked across to the Josefov, and had a quick look at Europe's oldest surviving Jewish Cemetery. Close to this precinct were several streets of luxury shops and restaurants, and a different class of tourist.
We walked beside ...
... a bit merry, we called into a supermarket on the way home and picked up some wine, snacks and cards to carry on into the night.
The next morning it rough. It was a slow start with some local open sandwich things from a shop that sold only little open sandwich things (imagine bruschetta). There's a giant monument you can see from most points in the city of a dude on a massive horse which was on the hill just behind our apartment, so we went up to inspect it in the afternoon. ...