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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On flight to NY meet up with the Aarons heading over to go to the Holy Land.
At NYC... nice plane...Luthanza Air....enjoyed movies so much that we didn't sleep much on the way over :)
Stopped in Munich to nap on lounge chairs before the flight to Prague.
Our ride was waiting here for the drive to hotel. Probably the easiest airport in …
We got all ready to watch the All Blacks game on YouTube at 9.30 this morning, only to find that we couldn't get it to play. So, it being another fine and warm day, we hit the streets again...
We walked through the Jewish Quarter to the river, then the Kidds headed off to do some shopping while the Czech chick led us across the Cechuv Bridge, past the dock where we had caught the river boat the evening before. We climbed ...
... from where we had been shopping. Back at the hotel we went to our rooms to relax and to also do some hand washing of clothes as we won't have access to a washer and dryer until we reach Venice a few days from now. Tonight we headed down the street for dinner at a local restaurant, Kulaták which specialized in Czech dishes. The three ladies ordered chicken schnitzel with potato salad and a pickled cucumber side dish. I decided on a veal ...
... started to ease, so we made our way to the astronomical clock, and ate ice-cream until Luis arrived. It was good to see him again.
We sat outside a restaurant, under a dripping awning on the far side of Charles Bridge and chatted, eating tourist price pasta. Mel ordered some minty lemonade. It was like drinking sweet toothpaste - not unpleasant, but certainly ...
... Arrived in Prague around 2:30, found an ATM, found a taxi stand, laughed at the first driver who wanted 700 korona to take us to the hotel -- the tour info we had said 300 was a reasonable charge. So he found us a driver who would take us to Hotel Haskal for 300. Our hotel is in the oldest part of town. We have a cozy fourth floor room with a big bathroom. This hotel has an elevator, ...