Alqush Downtown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... over 1.5 hours to sort it out. Jet lagged and exhausted, we were asleep in no time. The Charles Apt. (VRBO) was ideally situated - walking distance to the bridge, Old Town, the Castle, shops and restaurants. The apt. was clean, comfortable and had all the necessary amenities amidst old world architecture and charm. The next morning we explored "the hood", arriving at the Charles Bridge in minutes. This 14th century bridge was, at one time, the only connection across the river and ...
... smaller the community is the more intimate it gets. (Naturally)
Learnt that we all have our little tango stories to tell and I would love to hear it and write it all down.
Learnt that nearly all of us have fallen in love in tango community and nearly all of us got hurt, rejected.
Learnt that there are also "happy stories"and happy couples in tango community (Not that many, but.. there are. Thank godness)
Learnt that those ...
... time, but no sign of Ivan. Gee, Vlad wonders why!! Vlad went out to dinner, with Buffy, and then went to the most awesome dungeon/cellar bar, drinking with the locals. From there Vlad went to maxims and saw Ivan. It had been 12 hours since Ivan and Vlad had seen each other, and to end up in the same place in a city like Prague was a seminal moment. Nothing more can be said of that night... Needless to say it was again a late morning on Monday. But Ivan and Vlad were up to the ...
... Republiky for some shopping.
Petr is great mine of information on Prague, and he was able to tell us that the building with the red fašade that we had noted earlier in the week (see Wednesday’s blog) was in fact the headquarters of the Czech Communist Party. All our way around we kept on noticing remarkable buildings form earlier times, particularly the late 19th and early 20th centuries, ...
... the car and off towards some woods to have a walk around in nature. It started snowing more as we were driving along and we were all glad it wasn’t us driving as the snow got heavier and heavier and the roads started to get a bit slippery. The snow built up really fast and we even had ice forming on the windscreen. Ivana did an excellent job of keeping us safe on the roads while we four “kids” happily munched through the delicious ...