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... flirtatious women. So naturally Steph and I really dug his work. The grumbling in our tummies sent us on a search for kolache stand that we were referred to. I was on a mission to compare the real deal to my idolized American versions at the Czech stop and hruskas. Easier said than done as the streets are not on a grid but twisty, street signs practically non existent. The hunger was making both of us irritable ...
... other bones. It really is a spectacular site which I would recommend to any who has time to spare in Prague. It is not necessary to do it as a tour. Its easily accessed and on arrival they give you a reading sheet on the history of the place. All up it was one of my favourite things in Prague.
On the way home from our trip to Kutna Hora we actually walked into the township. When I say town I mean one or two pubs a couple of shops and some places to eat but that is all. ...
... the USAC group at a bar down the street they found last night that's really cheap. It's 22 crowns ($1.10) for a 0.5 L beer and 30 crowns ($1.50) for 0.2 L of wine. The bartender working there didn't speak much English at all so it was confusing paying her. She kept trying to explain our bill to us in Czech which obviously wasn't working so I grabbed a pen and started writing down numbers on a piece of paper---that worked a lot better.
... trams/busses. It makes my life so much easier and she get to have way more exercise. The most complicated thing with Maya was the escalators. Often, there was not an elevator or regular stairs. I avoided them as much as I could, but finally it was learning day. Maya learned super quick to jump on and off so her paws didn’t get pinched.
This was my only day in Prague, so I wanted it to count.
I had every intention of getting a map of the city to orientate ...
... us all a final briefing for our onward journey, telling us we had a long drive ahead of us and some not so nice roads once we hit the previously Communist areas. We had heard the trip would be about 5.5hrs. Hilary's initial instructions were ' a short coach trip' as 'it is closer than you think' and our itinerary states: 'transfer from Amabella to Prague Hotel'. At most we expect to be arriving in Prague sometime around 2pm.
So let's sit back ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed