At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I wasn't sure I would have the energy to actually do. However I decided that I was going to do it no matter who came with me. So, at about 2 AM, we said some goodbyes (Daniela was hard to say bye too) and headed to Harley's in old town square. At this point there was about 15 VŠE kids and me. Quickly it dwindled down until it was only Caroline, Nina, Paris, Zoe, And I.
At almost 4:30 we began the walk to the bridge. This walk felt so final. The ...
... before the crowds. Managed to do so, going along a maze of little streets and squares to get there. Bridge is an impressive 600 years old and has reproductions of 30 statues put there in the 1600's, but they are all very dirty and of little interest to us. Certainly not overwhelmed by it. Walked up through Lesser Quarter, founded in 1257 and the part of Prague least affected by recent history, to Prague Castle. Castle complex is enormous, the largest in the ...
... of 585 years. That included several breaks in the building process when Catholicism fell out of favor with the locals. We bought the guided tour through the royal palace and cathedral ($35 for both of us on a 1 hour guide). The cathedral was immaculate and covered in gothic architecture--really a sight to see. However, my favorite part was just outside the castle. Gardens surrounded the wall and on our way out we came across a vineyard on the property. Of course we had ...
... arrived at a wee hall with trestle tables and the entertainment began. The guide on the bus kept on saying there was an open bar of Beer, Wine and Soft drinks. She was right because as soon as we sat down we were given a beer and then the wine pourer arrived. He was an artist, his pouring skills were expert - which is a lot more than you could say about the wine. Not nice.
Susan asked for an apple juice and a jug of juice was duly delivered. The food was nicer than what we expected. ...
... you feel that there is something missing. That to be really together it means that you sometimes don't go to milonga, you stay in, watch telly, go roller skating, cycling, visit your friends, see a band, you are ill, he/she is ill, you stay together and your life is not based on tango - milonga-bed cycle. That you have to deal with practical issues, paying the bills. It doesn't sound that romantic anymore. Yet that is the reality of life.
Can the tango relationship last? ...