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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... thought maybe somebody reading this might have experienced it and have some tips for me. Our hospital visit for Che’s stitches to his knee was ok…but it didn’t give me a great sense of faith in the Spanish medical system. So I was trying to wait to get back home to go to the doctor if necessary.
I know that was a long blog entry; I hope I didn’t make you grow a beard, as Anya would say!
... to our hostel. We looked on a map and concluded we were heading towards our destination……. Naturally we were wrong and we ended up walking 15 minutes in the wrong direction with our packs. We finally made it to the hostel and dumped our bags. We went to the hostel restaurant for tea and saw sophie our hilariously bogan busabout host. We had some tea with her then hit the hay early.
The next day saw me eating brekky alone and sitting ...
Woke up at 4:30 am to catch the EasyJet to Prague. We arrived after two hours and a uniformed driver was waiting for us. Our hotel is one block from the main Plaza. Thanks José for the tip. After walking around for a while, we met up with ...
... the crawl was at a club. Easily the biggest club I have ever been in. It had five floors, each with a different style of club on it. Spencer, Houpty, and Dylan managed to push through the night to make it to sunrise. It was well worth it as the sunrise on the river was an incredible view.
Our final day in Prague we decided to slow down a bit. We didn't set out with a plan or a direction. Instead, we left the maps at the hostel and just went ...
... to move out. We will see what the future brings and I will keep you posted!
As much as I can love my place now, the feeling of home doesn’t show up that easily. I don’t know every single corner of Vienna (as if I did in Prague), I don’t have a favourite café-pub-restaurant-club where I would have been a million of times and although my friends here are toll und wunderbar (a bit of a German lesson), my real ones nearly all remain in Prague. What ...