Bijou de Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Similar to America's own "Sin City", Prague is a city that is most adequately defined with one word, indulgence. As one of Central Europe's most easily accessible locations whose economy has retained its own undervalued currency, it has established itself as a hedonism of sorts where tourists from every corner of the globe flock to eat, drink, shop, and explore other, less innocent forms of entertainment. Various statistics related to the consumption of alcohol and marijuana, ...
... at Burberry for some champaign. Then I went on a tour of the underground and had a nice Chez lunch. After wandering around a bit more I headed to the train station. Now I am on the train until 9'am tomorrow when I arrive in Zurich but I have a private sleeper cabin and it's really nice and I think this is a very efficient use of my ...
... a snack in a square nearby and stumbled upon some hot wine being sold on the street side that we tried out. It was a nice treat on a chilly autumn evening.
October 22, 2013
Today was the day. Steve got a haircut! Hurray! My boyfriend is a real boy again! After his ‘dreaded’ haircut he treated himself to some boneless chicken wings, cheese sticks and beer at Hooters next door. The poor guy. Luckily, the food was better this ...
... really well - especially the prodestant and catholic history. We saw the Muncipal House with the statues of famous composers on top - Wagner is not there any more because when the Nazis gave the order to remove the Jewish composer the men they sent didn't know who he was so the measured the noses of the statues and chucked off the guy with the longest one. Pity it was Wagner and he was a German. We walked through the old Jewish Quarter and saw the level that ...
... hiking up rough terrain with construction guys on the one side) only to enter through the back way. When we looked where we had come from, it said "No Exit" in Czech. Well, we interpreted what we saw as no exit.
This is what Wikipedia says: "Vyšehrad is a historical fort located in the city of Prague, Czech
Republic. It was probably built in the 10th century, on a hill over the Vltava River".