Dolce Villa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... vessels stick to the left of the river, the larger vessels to the right. All of this took place on the bottom side of the weir that runs across the whole river. There were other smaller boats, and those clear plastic Coca-Cola balls that used to be in the ads years ago also for hire, but they were much further up the river.
We pedalled this way and that, enjoying the sunshine. It was so nice that we decided to have our lunch on the water, ...
... at work, time is memories on vacation. Within an hour of stopping back at room 904, we were walking onto Wenceslas Square. The square is chock full of shopping, but more importantly steeped in history. A small memorial to the fallen of Communism, and mortar work to the National Museum atop the square serve as reminders of darker days. Take a few moments to remember the history that's occurred in recent decades, it's an overwhelming mix of emotions. If you're looking for ...
... the rest of the wandering and around going back over the bridge. Prague is gorgeous so many photo ops. Only one bomb was dropped on it during the war, so most is still original week kept.
Farewell dinner at night, beautiful building. In this building the Communist leaders met with the other leaders to discuss and make plans for the country's future. A huge thunderstorm once again, but still warm enough yo be out ...
... spicy in advance. They are crazy to serve hot and spicy food to long haul elderly passengers. My second or third time with Delta because they have a lock on the good routes from Seattle to Amsterdam. Good service but lousy food. They were better about water than last year which just about wiped me out on the way in due to incompetent scheduling by my travel agent and my ignorance about AMS airport. Anyway ...
After 52 days of mostly sunshine, finally the rains came. Morning was overcast but rain free, but then the lightning, cracks and thunder came down upon Old Prague Town, oh and a drenching downpour from the heavens, replete with hailstones the size of...errr...hailstones.
Luckily we managed to sneak in our free city tour with Harriet, from Bristol, before the heavens opened. Harriet loved Prague with a passion and had lived here for 18 months. ...