Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
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... by the floods, and didn't see as much of the city as I could have. Ah well, just another reason to come back!
Originally I had another placeholder here, as I was running out of time and needed to get some sleep, I've left it below just for completeness' sake.
(I'm out of time tonight, still have to pack up for the trip to Berlin tomorrow, so I'll hopefully be able to write the entry on the train and then upload it tomorrow night.) ...
... of Czech for Xenophobes which makes fun of Czechs (and Germans) in the nicest possible way. We departed for the subway, and we were back at our hotel in 15 minutes. We bid adieu with a promise to meet at 8am tomorrow morning for our trip to Zilina, Slovakia. This will be our first day “in uniform” albeit the casual variety of our red or blue polo shirts. We’ve wagered some chocolate on which color polo we will each wear. I promise to share my winnings. ...
... Red Cross approved the camp after a visit in 1944. Many famous jewish people were sent to this camp and so a lot of art and music creation took place here. One propaganda video we saw shows lectures being given by famous intellectuals.
The secret was that people were living in cramped conditions, being underfed, and shipped off the death camps. We saw the crematorium where the people who died from disease or malnutrition were cremated. Normally it takes 1.5 hours to cremate a ...
... on too and had a right laugh singing rounds of row, row, row your boat and trying to race passing boats. After an hour of river fun, it was pretty late on, and we needed to get back to make dinner, shower, and get out to the massive pub crawl which we'd signed up to. We made some meaty pasta, made ourselves clean and pretty, and met the tour guide who took us to the first bar. we paid about €12 for this pub crawl, and in the first bar, for one hour, it ...
... a stoker in the basement of a hospital. Kucera founded the samizdat
journal Central Europe which is still in existence. He published the important
samizdat essay “A Right to History” which protested the unbearable nature (both
academically and psychologically) of the official history. He has worked and is
currently working tirelessly to bring the tradition of political philosophy into
the Czech university system.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center