Alqush Downtown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... mentioned above, plus an urban garden where local residents have plots. She gave us a view through an artist's lens at what other street artists (friends of hers) intended with their works, as well as sharing her political views of Prague & Czech Republic leadership. (Not really a surprise she's pretty lefty.) I loved her, obvs. The tour ended at an alternative music club in Holesovice district and we had great food at the attached restaurant while ...
... to plan as our train was blocked from reaching Oberhausen by an "obstruction" we sat on the tracks and the remnant outside in the chill while we waited for a bus to drive us from Wesel to Dortmund where we would then rejoin our train. Speculations were there had been a suicide, we certainly hope not, but you just don't know. The bus finally arrived, luggage wars ensued to get bags stowed. It was a double decker so that was pretty cool, though ...
... destinations, especially since the fall of communism in 1989. Nestling on the Vitava River, this beautiful city transports you back almost 500 years in time. The river divides the city into the into several districts which we were able to ...
... pressure—but our roommates were great. The first couple nights Matt and I shared our 8 bunk chamber with 6 beautiful women. Margot and Liesbeth were from Amsterdam, Milly, Hope, and one other whose name I don’t remember were from England, and Janice from Ireland. On the second night we all went on a pub crawl together, which was so much fun. We ended up dancing like idiots to American oldies until 5 or 6 am. Coincidentally, all ...
... but they didn't end up charging me because I was a customer. Maybe they also didn't because they got to overcharge me twice elsewhere. First, they refused to give me tap water and would only serve me bottled. Second, they brought out bread that I didn't order and then charged me for it as a "cover." Still, I was completely full when I left and paid less than $10, including tip, so I wasn't too stressed.
Next, I walked over Charles ...