Downtown Residence Apartments
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"High up in the sky on a lonely weather eye
And I was caught in your terminal wind
I tried to recognise the plausible surprise
but I was caught in the laughter and the happiness of sin.
Stoned in a glasshouse, thrown to the water
where the crooks and the immigrants live
I asked the universe 'cause the universe says yes
but have I ruined every chance that I get?
... is typical fare of KFC, Wok, and a handful of other fast food eats. There is also a number of high quality restaurants, and we opted for the latter this evening. Uno here is not like the Anerican cousin Uno Chicago eatery. The menu looks similar, but the food is miles apart. While the pricing appears to be for a slice of pizza, it's actually the entire pie. Dinner for two of two thin crust pizzas, two Pilsners, Montepulciano under $25 with tip. While ...
It must have been these comfy beds that made us sleep in until about 8.30 this morning. Once we dragged ourselves up and got ready we headed downstairs for breakfast. We were pleased to see that the Czech people eat a real breakfast, unlike French and Italians. The buffet was expansive - toast, cereals, juices, pastries, boiled eggs, sausages, fried eggs, vegetables, yoghurt, ham, salami and cheeses, salads and even crepes. And a girl making lovely ...
... vegetarian options, and I wanted a restroom. Still, it was clearly a touristy restaurant. I ended up getting "traditional" dumplings and a cheese "shnitzel." The dumplings were basically just like a really chewy slice of white bread with the crust cut off- pretty plain and boring. The fried, breaded cheese was much better, but mostly because it came with tartar sauce, which lent some tang.
Also, the bathroom here had a sign that it ...
... brought in a lot of money for the city. So I order for the city to make sure the guy doesn't build another one in another city, they captured him and burned his eyes out. Then for his revenge, he had his servant take him to the clock, lead him inside, and he jumped into all the gears do the clock. He did kill himself, but he also stopped the clock. Since he was the only one who knew how it worked it took them over 80 years to get ...