Hotel Adria Praha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... and bridges of Prague all lit up at night. And they didn't disappoint! A very special and memorable evening, topped off with fireworks over the castle just before we arrived back at the dock.
True to their form in France (the trains) and the UK (the rock music festival), the Wilsons carried on their tradition of finding us accommodation in somewhat less than peaceful surroundings: being in the central city ...
... colour. While I had been catching up on my sleep, the kids had been playing in the pool. Mel had mistaken Donny's skin cream for sunscreen and consequently he now glowed like a neon beacon in the dark.
I had no aftersun with me, but Zdena went for a traditional method of cooling the skin - applying natural yoghurt to it. I found this highly amusing, especially as the heat from his back actually curdled the yoghurt.
... piano accordion as entertainment and she had learnt Waltzing Matilda, Click Go the Shears and a few other Aussie songs. So everyone joined in singing and the locals were delighted. The meal of course was excellent. We were home by 10.30, which was just as well as we had an early start the next morning. A surprise on our bed - a box of chocolates from ...
... and beautiful embrace? Maybe, after all it also is the stamp they have marked from all the world. Yes, German. You. You are the cold fish. You are who you are, you have your past and that is it. Fullstop. Although I try to see myself as very liberate, freedom loving, peace making person I do have some conservative ideas and I do have issues with the 2nd world war and the horrible suffering and pain and cruelty, I do have some assumptions ...
... webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Dubai airport is huge, masses of duty free shops everywhere. Just listened to an advertorial on the flight - the airport employs 5600 people. We found a French coffee shop for a flat white - 39 dirum for a coffee each. Didn't seem to be able to access any wifi though - even in mcds!