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... and off for a walk in the opposite direction of the grand canal, found or rather came across the the jewish section , so had a walk thru the ghetto or jetta as the venicians called it in the earliest dates. We then found a lovely trattoria where the locals appeared to be eating, just sitting beside a canal it looked lively, reasonably priced so had dinner, 3 courses very tasty of course pasta seafood , followed by grilled seafood and the a salad ...
... br> We are split into two groups, and taken through individually as we’re told the space is limited, even though it was made to fit (I think) 2500 people.
The tour begins by walking through the entrance of the bunker, which is now used as a bar on weekends. The first opening is stationed like a museum, with cabinets lining either side and we embark on a history tour here covering the bunkers, materials and instruments found here, the history ...
... I am a two week traveller and I have passed my use by date but I did have a pleasant half hour nap, so it's not all bad. Sherree is very happy to be returning to her beloved France. When I croak, I'm sure she will find a French Count or rich playboy to while away the days in Provence, if not a beautiful little village to spend the twilight years harvesting flowers and lavender and contacting her friends on Facebook. That's you Leonie, Belinda, Julie and ...
... nonstandard Czech name. This sort of nonsense would never fly in Hollywood.
Overall, we found Prague to be pleasant, beautiful, old, and fantastically romantic. The surrounding areas were just as lovely and worthy of day trips from the city. In conclusion, ladies, when fall rolls around and you need a new pair of boots, you now have the perfect reason to grab the hubs and head to the Czech Republic.
Yeah right, one pair of shoes,
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... André had mentioned the place was really cool, new and fancy, but damn, it was eye-candy for a traveller. The Mosaic House, as they call it, is a hostel-hotel hybrid in a refurbished building, everything still looks brand new and it does look way more like a proper hotel than anything else.
The lounge/bar area is very big, probably enough to fit 200 people there on a gig night, and they have a secondary seating area across the ground floor with glass doors that ...