Residence Casa Italia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... terms of atmosphere.
We climbed the hill to the castle taking a few breaks along the way to enjoy the sights.
Vyšehrad (Czech for "upper castle") is a historical fort.
It was probably built in the 10th century, on a hill over the Vltava River. Situated within the castle is the Basilica of St Peter and St Paul, as well as the Vyšehrad ...
... became State religion under pious Wenceslas , duke of Bohemia (rc925-929) Wenceslas was the 'good King Wenceslas of the Christmas carol. In 950 King Otto conquered Bohemia and incorporated it into the Holy Roman Empire. Under the rule of John's son Karel IV (r134-78) as King of Holy Roman Emporer, Prague grew into one of the largest and prosperous cities.
IN October 1938 Nazi's occupied Prague, 90% of Jews were wiped out, May 8th 1945, Germans were granted free ...
Did a tour of the city today for a few hours which was great. Again this place is so filled with history & that includes many churches which are elaborate. Czech society is quite secular about 80% say they are agnostic or atheist so many of the churches are used for classical musical concerts. Although the weather is overcast & cold ...
... be and in most cases is not sexual. We often talk of tango orgasm which is well......Through my very little experience it happened to me few times.After the dance my heart started beating,I felt high.I was shaking and I had to sit.Absorb the total joy yet it had nothing to do with the sexual orgasm.It was a joy of clicking with someone and perceiving tango through a dance with similar or the same taste.Moving like one. Of course it can happen -you dance with someone who is ...
... of the best on the trip. They had lots of those blown glass shops where they literally made anything you could think of. They had little glass animals and jewelry and all kinds of stuff. I was incredible satisfied with the amount of shopping in Prague.
For dinner that night we went to the Hard Rock Cafe. It's sort have been an unofficial mission for my friends and I to find the Hard Rock everywhere we go. Plus we love the food. The one in Prague was probably the ...