Alchymist Prague Castle Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... you feel that there is something missing. That to be really together it means that you sometimes don't go to milonga, you stay in, watch telly, go roller skating, cycling, visit your friends, see a band, you are ill, he/she is ill, you stay together and your life is not based on tango - milonga-bed cycle. That you have to deal with practical issues, paying the bills. It doesn't sound that romantic anymore. Yet that is the reality of life.
Can the tango relationship last? ...
... back to the hotel to eat dinner and visit poor Mikhaila who has spent the day in bed reading a book and watching a movie on you tube. Dinner was in the restaurant down stairs so I was able to bring Mikhaila dinner in bed, she ate that and went back to sleep. I on the other hand was feeling that I could go another massage so I went back to Thailand to have a foot rub and a mulled wine. Off to bed now goodnight a good bye Prague, we will be ...
... taking in the views of the city. Prague has around 1.3 million people so the city is quite big and is quite modern. After doing a clockwise tour, we headed into the middle of the complex to take a look at the Cathedral of St Peter and Paul and the graveyard. There were plenty of people walking around the graveyard which was quite small, but the graves were lined up so close together. Around the outsides, all the important people had their own sections. We had to ...
... have discovered I always go back to my favorite sight the last day in town- you know just "one last time"
b) I STOP ACTING OR EVEN BETTER I STAR IN MY OWN MOVIE- ok this one's a biggie. You see we all have a part to play, we play ourselves in our daily lives. Friends, family, spouse, bosses, maids, the mail man, gardner etc etc etc all expect us to behave in a certain way.This conduct and attitude is assumed to be typical of us (key word- assume) So in a way we ...
... and the things I see, but I like meeting and interacting with the people the most. I will remember the woman in Salzburg that took me behind the counter and taught me the German names for condiments, the old man in the bakery, eating lunch from a trailer last year with the locals in Scotland, and simple broken language chats with Frank on the train long after the details of the 23rd church I've visited fade from my memory.
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