Clarion Congress Hotel Prague
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... made up the twelve bed dorms.
The first night we hung out in our pub and met lots of people from England and France. This would become our "usual" each night. Our first full day was mostly spent shuffling rooms because of the booking incident, going to explore our neighborhood, get groceries, and get our bearings on Prague. That night we spent some more time in the pub getting to know the Croatian bartender, a Notweigan, and some more ...
... as we took the entire afternoon drifting down the river, stopping in at pubs and camp grounds to relax and enjoy our surrounds. It was a very funny day and although Stace said goodbye to her oakleys when going through some small rapids it was still a very memorable and enjoyable day.
With the right amount of Czeck money left over we shouted ourselves to a big Buffett breakfast to help ease a mild hang over and waited for the bus, next stop ...
... battles, but they were all internal, mostly religious, but also demanding just leadership. It was interesting to note that after visiting all the countries who had a history of warring over territory the Czech had very little of that, though they did have some fairly severe ways of treating religious and political dissidents, a wander through the torture chambers revealed many horrors.
There is ...
... to beat Si within 2 weeks this time! We relaxed for the entire afternoon, dozed in the sun loungers and caught up on some sorting. We had our first chicken salad dinner (one of many no doubt)Now, during our evening game of UNO a few clouds had been gathering to the east of us... Not thinking to much about it we headed for bed around 11. 3am in the morning..... Holy ****!!! I thought we were goners!! Me and Si witnessed a pretty epic thunder storm in Cov a few weeks ago ...
Amsterdam > Praha City Night Light Rail
We boarded our train and found the six-person couchette according to our reservations. It was a very tight cabin with three vertical bunk beds per side. I was on the top left bunk and Ramsey on middle left bunk bed. In the beginning everything seemed decent. We had a small sandwich each, large bottle of water, and I brought a tiny bottle of wine. We ate our small sandwiches and tried to get situated in our ...