How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the square is especially nice to do in the evening. The many churches and cathedrals are also worth going in as they are traditionally very lavish in design.
We then proceeded the the Jewish quarter of the city and visited the beautiful Spanish Synagogue, there are numerous synagogue's available to view, however we opted for the Spanish one having heard it was the ...
... of the whole semester. (It made our apartment a dirty mess).
Monday evening I went to Grace and Jacy's for our last dinner as a group. Wednesday after my final I went to the zoo again. Other than that my week was nothing but studying. So far it has paid off though, as I have heard back from 3 of my professors and I have earned an A in each one. I only have my marketing class to go and it is the one I've been most worried about. (I had a rough ...
... few nights. Now Italy. First stop was Rome. After the craziness of London, and Paris being a lil more chilled than London, Rome seemed busier than Paris. The Vatican Museum was a nightmare, but I'm sure that has more to do with the venue not being setup to accommodate so many people at once. Italy is probably where I felt the most comfortable so far in the non english speaking countries, with the language and the food. I jumped straight into the language, not like when I ...
Anxious to move on after such a long stay in Budapest, I caught the 6:30am bus to Prague. What a picturesque city! Everything is beautiful. The buildings are all painted bright colours and so well kept up, and the medieval architecture is really neat. I stayed close to the Charles Bridge and the first day walked up to Prague Castle where there is St. Virus cathedral and a nice view of the city. The castle has been around since the ...
We arrived at the train station in Prague around 17:30 in the afternoon on monday night. We waited in a queue at the currency exchange counter to change some of our money into Czech currency. Our hotel wasn't too far away from the station so we thought we could get a taxi to save lugging all our baggage on 2 different trams to get us there. We walked to the taxi rank where there were 3 or 4 cab drivers standing outside their taxi’s smoking and chatting away. One of ...