Aureus Clavis Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the bridge has stone statues, street musicians and artists selling everything from caricatures to photographs, to paintings of Prague. We found a great lithograph of a cartoon representation of the city complete with three cats and just had to buy it. (See our photo with the artist, Pafka!)
We stopped for one last drink with Andrea before we ended our fabulous tour. From there, ...
... And I’ve eaten a lot of food - so that says something. After eating it was around 4:00pm and we were feeling like we needed a break from civilization for a bit. In wandering back to our hotel we happened upon a tent with different jars of paint and bricks stacked in a pattern of some sort - like hundreds of bricks. Me being more artsy fartsy than James insisted that we paint one - and it was for charity! There’s my good deed for the ...
... hour (T&C) struck! Please refer to yesterday's blog for details of what was consumed. Twas much enjoyed and appreciated. Had a chat to two blokes from Brazil who where on an European trip from Rio. Very good English and interested in travel. First port of call this morning was the markets to make a few purchases. As we stepped out of our hotel, we stepped into a movie scene. We had noticed that there were areas taped off last ...
... come to a stop. Was that it? No worries I can just back track on foot if need be.
Then we started downhill.
Oh man. This is not ideal. Over the next fifteen minutes there were loads of places that could, maybe, have been what I was looking for but I held out for a more pronounced right angle turn. In the end I nailed it and I've never been happier to get off a Polish bus.
Earlier in the day the Todd asked me to call on him when I get back and we ...
... later to stave off any possibility of infection, and some peroxide to gargle, and it feels fine. Fortunately it is the 2nd tooth from the back on the bottom, so it is no too noticeable either, and my goofy grin isn’t that much goofier (except for the first few days when it was still swollen!). All this, and the price was less than a quarter of what you would pay back home. I’m contemplating coming back to Prague to get the implant done!!
We did manage ...