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We arrived in Prague on Tuesday the 16th April and we were greeted at the airport by a driver to take us to our accommodation, Appia Residences. The driver, a big strong Czech, made a few jokes on our walk to the car which we didn't really understand. Clearly he was referring to his "limo", a dodgy old Mercedes. It came with extras, "toy for play" …
... to move out. We will see what the future brings and I will keep you posted!
As much as I can love my place now, the feeling of home doesn’t show up that easily. I don’t know every single corner of Vienna (as if I did in Prague), I don’t have a favourite café-pub-restaurant-club where I would have been a million of times and although my friends here are toll und wunderbar (a bit of a German lesson), my real ones nearly all remain in Prague. What ...
... Unfortunately, the National Museum is closed, so we were unable to see the upside down horse by (?). Since we had an hour and a half before our train departure, we roamed around the city. We ended our walk to a restaurant called Lokal. We ordered sausage and roast beef in tomato sauce. The sausage was by far the best sausage we had on the trip. The service were good and the prices were reasonable. After lunch, we headed back to ...
... to beat Si within 2 weeks this time! We relaxed for the entire afternoon, dozed in the sun loungers and caught up on some sorting. We had our first chicken salad dinner (one of many no doubt)Now, during our evening game of UNO a few clouds had been gathering to the east of us... Not thinking to much about it we headed for bed around 11. 3am in the morning..... Holy ****!!! I thought we were goners!! Me and Si witnessed a pretty epic thunder storm in Cov a few weeks ago ...
Awoke to the sounds of birds & those in tents/vans nearby moving about. Made tea, washed, dressed and talked a bit of nonsense with some of the others. Left the site about 8.30 and went into Goslar to see what we'd missed last night. Actually a lot! It is a lovely medieval town, very pretty, and as the sun was shining (24 degrees)and we were on holiday, we decided to treat ourselves to a real ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Pets allowed