At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to lay down on the boat for awhile because I was feeling faint. After the cruise I went to a Starbucks for awhile and downed a lot of water. I was still feeling ill and faint, so I decided to just go home. I managed to not get lost on the metro, and ran into some people from the tour at the bus stop and we went home together. I took some Panadol and had a nap in the shade when I got back. I woke up feeling much better. I had some pizza for dinner from the ...
... lt;/b> What I mean by this is that when on the trams or metro that runs throughout the city, if an elderly person gets on, everyone offers their seat to them. It is automatic, no thinking required. Even the most troubled looking kids will quickly give up their seat to someone who needs it more than them. I find this to be such a good quality to have. Many times in the states, people are unaware of what is around them and wouldn’t even think to give up ...
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The next morning, after a last breakfast from Jana, we packed our bags and 11am headed for the metro. After two stops it was time for me to switch trains and head for the regional bus station, while Rach was going to the end of the line and the airport. I was really sad to see her go, we’ve had such a great time on this trip together and I will be lonely without her for the next few weeks… but I am looking forward to what I am yet to ...
... another week. Don't sell yourself short on 4 days or less, you will be disappointed. Every day we have seen new things, and we're often on the same walking route we use to find Old Town and Wenceslas Square. Prague is Europe's best secret in North America. For more photos follow us @MurkyPig and read our additional blogs here on TravelPod and at TripAdvisor under goose3nbc. Thanks for reading and hope this helps your planning if you make Prague your next vacation ...
... We learned more detailed information on the Jewish Quarter, Wenceslas Square (actually a boulevard) where all the protest are held, the fact that most Czechs are now agnostic or atheists, therefore most of the churches are used for other purposes, ie; museums, concert venues, etc., there is a replica of the Eiffel Tower on a hill above the Lesser Town, its rises to the same height as the original in Paris, with the help of the hill! Our guide ...