Czech Crown (Hotel U Ceske Koruny)
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... the apartment. Pudd is sitting outside cooling down while we wait for the train to leave. He's just tapped on the glass to tell me to take some photos so I will do with both the iPad (so I can attach them here) and camera. It's about an eight hour journey. The cabin is compact but has everything we need including space for our bags, a basin and three beds. It's a private cabin and we can lock the door so we should be secure. We leave in seven minutes. I'm ...
... br> Feeling stuffed we decided to walk the 1.5 mile walk back to our hotel.
After a very filled but inspiring day we head off to bed. Tomorrow one more synagogue in town and then onto Vienna.
Oh by the way still no sign of our missing bag and getting annoyed with airline german wings who we cannot reach and do not call us. Oh well, when you are on a trip it does seem insignificant however. It is amazing what becomes important to you.
... we got lost and ended up in yet another country.
When we got back, we had a new room mate in our 8 person room. He seemed pretty cool and Emma and I befriended him and invited him to come out on the town with the three of us that evening. He joined and we all had a great time checking out different bars until we found one we liked. The best one was a 5 story pub that had a club on one of its floors. they played a lot of 90s rap, which ...
The trip took us to the New Forest in the Southampton areas where we camped for a night. Then we visited the 'prettiest village in England’ supposedly, Castle Combe. It is certainly pretty with the stone houses along a narrow road, a village church and the market cross outside a very popular pub. At the bottom of the street is a babbling brook and in amongst the trees we found an old stone bridge over the brook. The summer flowers were still ...
We slept in until 9am. Janet is sleeping later than she has ever in her life, until 8am or later. We had breakfast and had a lazy morning. Janet and Lachlan went out for a walk, and came ack to the apartment at 12.45. We all walked to the Old Town Square to watch the astronomical clock. The crowds are enormous. There are over 10 million visitors to Prague every year. The clock is one of the most watched tourist attractions in Europe. The clock was built in 1490, it represents, ...