Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
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... that I'm used to. Then we had to wait about half an hour for the waiter to final bring us a bill......and here's where we really felt ripped off...... He came to the table and verbally worked out what we owed him ...he didn't bring a bill. He told us service was not included...and asked if he should add 10 or 15 %2525 to our bill. We said to only add 10 ( because we were not happy with the service)... But then after we left we started to realize that we most likely ...
... we had umbrellas we were all drenched by the time we got there. The bar was really cool though since it was totally underground and had a bunch of different areas and bars to go to. We stayed for a while but it was still pouring when we left. As we were waiting for the night tram, this Asian American guy came up to ask for directions--tonight would not be a good night to get lost. We were just happy this awful weather while we were going out hadn't happened to us ...
... When she saw the second she thought maybe thee was a mirror, but as soon as she saw me looking at her she knew things just weren't right. Fortunately she handled the episode all with good nature and we had ourselves one of those stories we well be sharing for years! The elevator ride up the tower was cramped but fortunately most people choose to save a few crowns by paying for the stairs rather than the lift. The doors opened and we were instantly treated to ...
... place for several days, and also saves on transportation costs.
I decided to return to my usual restaurant around the corner from the Hotel, as it was close and I still had things to do. The rain had stopped, but as I walked to the restaurant I noticed that the weather was noticeably “cool” tonight, and it really felt like autumn. I imagine it’s much the same at home. I checked the weather forecast for Italy, and it looks like ...
... this adventure, but one that stands out is a discussion with a musician working the street corner with his saxophone, playing for money to the tune of early American Jazz favorites. It seems that Prague loves music and for a time during Nazi occupation and then communist rule, playing American Jazz was punishable by death. This musician and others played in underground clubs during Nazi occupation and Communist rule, and risked their lives playing American Jazz. The people were warm ...
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