Amigo City Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to twenty five, given my history, but you can't take it away from me, although I wish you could, I wish I was twenty three again. Victoria's alarm goes off, I hear it and I hope to myself she's set it early to give me an early birthday present. We hadn't had sex last night, she sort of brushed me off and I fell asleep straight after, but as I lay there she gets out of bed, commencing her half hour process of beautification. I get up and watch her, I think it's ridiculous what ...
... we could have taken a taxi tour, but I like stopping and looking! I took some lovely photos, but will have to rely on Sarina and Alex's at some later stage! Stupid iPad!
Alex did his usual and we tried to get through walking by the River, but it a dead end, as restaurants had put walls for their outdoor areas right on the River bank. So we backtracked and went through the town. I kept dashing in to look at pashminas, as Lin ...
... half in another direction. This was noisy and the shaking did not lend itself to sleeping. Around 4am, I was awake and had to pee. Being too lazy to go to the toilet at the other end of the car, I thought I would pee in the little sink and wash it way. (it all ends up on the tracks anyway!). Well that ended terribly when the train slowed down suddenly!
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... of them. I'm sure I saw something along these lines as a TV program a few years ago.
Back to our walk. Then onto the Charles bridge - Karluv most. Thimgs started to get a bit touristy - all the usual stalls. Still a great ambiance though. Some of the stall holders were packing up because of the thunder and dark clouds. An odd lightning flash too.
We got lost in the maze of narrow cobblestoned streets on our way to the Old Town ...
... participating in a local Christmas tradition. There were many families at the concert with grown children and older parents. Next day was Sunday, so we bought a day pass for the public transport system, got on the subway and headed for the Church of the Sacred Heart in suburban Prague for mass. The church was designed by the Slovenian architect Josip Plecnik and built in 1932. It is a magnificent modernist building and a ...