Bohemia Plaza Residence
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In December, my parents came for a visit and we had a great two weeks with them. They were able to see Che act and dance in a play at school (Tres Sombreros de Copa), eat some traditional paella, and catch one of Anya’s soccer games. Then we headed out for a week to visit the Czech Republic and Germany, where we spent Christmas and visited all the great sites of Prague and Berlin. We also spent a day touring ...
We are in the KLM lounge, having upgraded to business class. It was a splurge but it was on sale at a big discount. It was a bit of a mix up as we upgraded one of us online on Friday night but then it wouldn't let us upgrade the other seat, even though there were ones available. I spent an hour on the phone trying to explain this to customer service but all they could offer was to cancel the upgrade. By the next day nothing had ...
... kept away any new blisters.
Later in the day, I tried something I have never done before. A beer spa. So there are spas where you sit in a bathtub and have beer ingredients in the water (barley, hops, yeast etc.) As well, there is a tap and beer mugs and you can drink as much beer as you want! Wow. Drinking in the bathtub. This can’t be dangerous, right?
So off I went to my bath. I did have couple of ...
... square, St George's basilica with exquisite mosaic work, then on foot through narrow streets to cross the Charles Bridge and back to our hotel. We finished the evening with a welcome meal at the Municipal House restaurant.
The next day we were taken to the Terezin War Memorial, Originally a fortress built in the mid 1700s by the Hapsburgs and named Teresienstadt after Empress Maria Teresa (fondly called Mother-in-Law of Europe because of her 16 ...
... rainy island full of posh weirdoes speaking a weird language – the same language that had seemed to be a wonderful one till then.
The very first place I stayed at was warmly welcoming and nice to live in until I was guided to my "room". Thank goodness they didn't call a chamber otherwise I wouldn’t have been only in a shock but already heart attacked. The tiniest room you can ever imagine somehow consisted of a bed and one (One, ONE, 1) cupboard. ...