Design Hotel Neruda
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... half expecting to see Belle from Beauty and the Beast walking down the lane, but, ahem, Mike was looking for Gaston. Franz Kafka stayed in one of these houses for a short while, as well as a psychic whose predictions of a short war with Germany got her in trouble with the Gestapo. As we exited the castle grounds, we came across a statue of a naked boy. Obviously, some think it's lucky to rub his penis, as it was the only part of the statue that was shiny. We were ...
... months, and watched as "Death" struck the bell 14 times. For the next hour or so, we just tried to take it all in, looking up at the amazing architectural styles that all seem to fit together, looking down at the tourist trap bars, listening to 10 buskers play at once in between offers to take a segway tour. To take a break we took to some back streets, where we found a top rated bakery for our dessert, and picked up the necessities for a nice home cooked meal….full ...
... gun from 3 feet away while his security staff watches on... I recommend that one as well. Try that out with our President, should go fine. After the tour we went and wandered around Old town and walked the Charles Bridge before heading back to get ready for dinner. We hope everyone is doing well, and we'll talk to you all soon.
Charlotte and Zach
... demanded that we pay the equivalent of a 20% tip, so when I told them we were giving them about 12% the owner did not take this very well and asked us to never come back. Interesting way to run a business and did leave a bad taste in my mouth about Czech service. The whole episode was particularly awkward for Claudio and I, as we are happy to tip when the service is good. A quick walk across the Charles Bridge and we had to meet Jiri at the hotel at 3pm to hand the keys back. I left a ...
Early start after a terrific sleep. Today we went on a guided tour of the Terezin Concentration camp. I've read so much about Europe during WW11 and the atrocities of the camps that I couldn't miss the chance to do this tour. The overwhelming feeling I came away with was sadness and horror of what humans are capable of doing to each other. It's one thing to read ...