Alqush Downtown Hotel
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... before we came home for a rest. Tomorrow we catch a train to Vienna.
We have been staying near Wenceslas Square, where hundreds of thousands of people gathered in 1989 during the Velvet Revolution. Wenceslas was Duke of Bohemia from 921-935, and was assassinated by his brother Boleslav the Cruel. After his death, he (Wenceslas) was made king, and a ...
... sorrow that is Earth these days. -Apple melt down I made the mistake of leaving my keyboard linked to my ipad while I walked around yesterday. Apparently the keyboard punched in random keys as I walked. This wouldn't be an issue if apple products didn't completely lock you out after a few wrong pass code entries. I pulled out my ipad to study for the congregation meeting tonight and was welcomed by a"iPad disabled". T__T <-cry face ...
... to be staying one night as she was leaving early to catch up with Fi in Berlin. After checking in I had my free welcome beer and unpacked our gear in the dorm bed. We had arranged to go for a little shop as Gem had broken her handbag in Amsterdam and was hanging on with cable ties. We all trekked off to Top Shop before Gem and I broke away after she got her bag. We made it back to Hostel in time for the cheap (2 euro) family dinner. In the morning we had signed up for a pub ...
... being shot by the Russians who had occupied the country. The government was replaced by a hardline Communist government loyal to the Russians. Today there was a large screen set up showing newsreel footage of the uprising and there was a small tank set up in the Square. Very moving! It has been 24 years since violent demonstrations that led to the end of Communist rule. The Czechs are certainly a lot better off now. Across the Square was ...
... into the city and to a gorgeous rooftop restaurant. Ok, I know i say I have highlights on this trip. This was definitely one. This roof top was enchanting, looking directly over the old town piazza with champagnes in hand. Happy Birthday Lauren! What a way to celebrate. The food was overpriced, but we were hungry. Time to come come from the roof top to terra firma. We found a cute little pizza place, shared some pizza and a few bottles of rose and chatted like we were in an ...