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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... an older man, you never know anyone's background I guess, but after our deal we exchanged a few words where he simple said he lives on the station, sleeps rough and It appears he is allowed to because he does good or in his words "I am station helper" Just could not see this guy ever queuing up for his centerlink welfare dosh. ============ Men are odd creatures when it comes to hair dressers I think. Women are far more pragmatic they can get their hair done in just about any ...
... coffee, beer, cake and donuts we were feeling pretty full at this point so we decided to just share a meal. We ordered something which had bacon, chicken, potatos and cheese and it was one of the most delicious meals I've ever eaten.
The day was starting to drag at this point but I was keen to see Old Town and Charles bridge lit up at night so we had to stick around. Unfortunately being in Europe in the summer, this meant waiting around until after 9pm. ...
... time ago with contemporary culture now expressed through some pretty careless graffiti adorned to the height of an out-stretched spray can. Like home, there are homeless here too but it seems a little more shocking when you are a tourist and looking for the best of a place. Like anywhere, I guess, you need to live here to really appreciate some of the nuance. Certainly, Nicholas our Australian barista loves the culture and the country and is optimistic about its ...
... s central station around 3pm we were met with a transfer to our apartment and we relaxed for a little while before setting out to explore. While I went to the Art Nouveau artist Alfons Mucha's museum, Bernard got a Thai massage. The museum was awesome, with many of Mucha's film posters, illustrations and even some of his oil paintings on display. We met back at the apartment before heading out for dinner...we continued Bernard's theme and ...
... up four flights of worn stairs to an attic area. The house is home to a family of artists. The attic has a bar, surrounded by their paintings, and a piano in the corner. We drunk wine, ate pastries, and someone played the piano, as we chatted to very friendly Czechs. It’s still legal to smoke inside, so we also got our share of second-hand smoke.