Atlante Residence - Ai Quattro Angeli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... we headed back towards the Old Town, deciding then that we would walk 'home' to freshen up and rest. Having done so, we strolled (or should I say, limped? - I forgot to mention how painfully stiff and sore my calf muscles are, as a result of yesterdays hill and tower hikes!) back to town. We 'sort of' wanted to attend a musical performance in one of the old theatres or churches. The first option we came across was the performance of Don Giovanni - the fact that it was a 3-hour ...
... I decided to climb up and I waited until someone came up and tons of people did. And they walked straight past without seeing me. And every time they went back down I jumped down and then they looked back and made a wierd face at me because there was only one entrance up.
It was SO funny I laughed every time haha.
I will name some of the animals we saw, first reptiles, penguins, all types of cats big ...
... the 19th Century living that many families endured prior to the 1940's. However, in a form of subtle symbolism that has left the mark of the former Soviet empire upon eastern Europe, Public Works planners often chose the most elevated lands for the construction of these buildings and thus from Prague to Budapest to Berlin these frightful looking apparitions dominate the landscape. With a forecast lifespan of 40 years fully one-third of the Prague panelaks are coming ...
... a small, hidden restaurant, it was very quiet and peaceful. Our final stop was the Jewish ghetto to tour around the Jewish Museum. The Jewish Ghetto was created when the Jewish community were ordered to leave their homes in various parts of town and settle in one single area. As centuries passed, the area grew and became more crowded as Prague continued to impose laws that forbid the Jews to live anywhere else in the city.
One area ...
... while Larissa looked for hostels online. I decided it would be a good time for me to figure out what I was going to do. I decided on Budapest, thanks to all the recommendations from people I have met on my journey. I was also told of a few hostels that are extremely amazing and fun. So I tried to book one... They were all full. I ended up booking with Wombats, a hostel chain throughout Europe. I stayed at one of there places in Berlin and it was pretty nice, hopefully ...