Amigo City Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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In truth it was a wonderful evening, spent in good company and Sue is even talking to me again now.
Martina is a girl who will go a long way, with a ...
Sigh.... I've made it, to day 60. It's hard to believe that I have been away from home this long. In some ways it's flown by, and in others it's been an eternity. I thought today of all the things I've seen and all the things I've done... and I can't quite wrap my head around it all. Whereas the trip was a success in many ways, it didn't keep me from having many highs, and some lows. Some destinations were a party, like the unforgettable Oktoberfest, and ...
... monks. We all grabbed a beer to go and continued on the tour. In Prague, one can be drinking beer at 9am on the way to work and no one seems to notice or care. (I’ve seen this three times during my short stay).
We then strolled the streets of Prague on our own, discovering several new cathedrals and impressive architecture everywhere. What shocked us the most about Prague was that we couldn’t find a single flaw. It is clean, incredibly beautiful ...
... to say, Rach ate all of hers and then had my leftovers - that woman is Chocolate crazy! After spending time to digest all that chocolate we strolled over to the Charles Bridge and meandered across it towards the castle, singing parts of INXS’s “Never Tear Us Apart” as we walked in honour of Michael Hutchence and the film clip that was made right in that very spot. The bridge was packed with tourists, musicians and artists selling amazing photo’s ...
... guards, walked through one of the courtyards to the St. Vitus Cathedral, and then it started to pour. Fortunately because of the weather there weren't that many tourists, but when they all run for cover at the same time the cathedral was quickly filled with people sitting on benches, on floors, standing around, and the staff were running around telling people to get up. As soon as the lady would tell a stone bench of people to get up, they'd wander off and a new bunch ...