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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we played Game 4 against another Czech team. It was a great game, with even skill level. Cashe had a fantastic game, scoring the second goal. His reputation as "garbage goal Cashe"continues. His speed was really evident on this hard ice surface, more similar to home ( others had been quite soft). With 5 mins left we were winning 3 to 2. Then our captain took a head contact penalty, well deserved in my opinion. He disagreed and was given ...
Today we awoke early, deciding to board the bus at 7:30 am so as to get to the Prague castle early. I was very disappointed and not my energetic self, as the Coach had instructed the players last night they were not permitted to attend the tour. We have an early afternoon game and he is concerned about them walking for 2 hours in this extreme heat ( if we win we have a chance for gold medal game). I was the only parent not supportive of his ...
Bit of a slow start to the day today. We had breakfast then set off to find a train station, which we would have found a lot faster if I hadn't got us lost! We eventually caught the train to Kutná Hora at 12pm, it took an hour to get there, then another short train ride to get to the centre of the town. What a cool wee town, it was so quiet & peaceful compared to Prague. Nestled in the Czech hills it was a great ...
... I tried again, but again the engine wouldn't catch. Jess and I looked at each other and we simultaneously had foreboding visions of having to get towed, the bike repaired, and all sorts of other complexity. I tried a third time, longer this time, but still it wouldn't start! By now we were getting really worried. Maybe there was no petrol? I'd only just filled up, but I checked anyway, and there was still plenty of fuel. I wondered if ...
... if you are ever in Dresden it is a must see perience.
We returned to the ship and enjoyed another great dining experience. We took a walk along the river side and saw a very strange vehicle along the concrete path. It was a seven seat tricycle with one person steering and the other six all peddling to move it along. One of the staff told me that sometimes they have a keg of beer in the middle so they ...