EA Embassy Prague Hotel
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... vibe' around the streets.
We found an interesting mode of transport for the last 200m home from the Square: a 7-seater round bicycle! All of us pedaling, all facing the centre of the circle (so some of us had our backs to the direction of travel) and one poor man trying to steer our way through the hooting and cheering crowds. What a laugh!
The evening finished with a toast to our time together over a bottle of ...
... through and found a wine and cheese festival. Back to hotel since room was not ready before. Very nice room on 4th floor
Back to town later to Hemingway Bar which was gourmet mixology and intimate setting. Tried Absinthe (horrible). Ate at School. Strawberry soup for appetizer. Back to Hemingway bar for another drink. Then retire back to room. First time riding a tram in Europe (on rail line but using powerlines - like a ...
... now mostly housing the offices of the President. I offered my services as Princess but unfortunately nobody took the bait. At this point I had seen basically everything the city had to offer and we enjoyed one last group dinner before the boys set off for Copenhagen. It was great to have spent so much time with them while they were there and I got to catch up on all of the latest happenings back in Madison. It made me miss home a little more but it's hard to be too ...
... a spa.
The trip as a whole was very moving and eye opening experience. The survivors of the holocaust ask us to remember the atrocities committed, and I believe it really does honor them to visit these sites.
We returned by train to Prague, and I had a relatively quiet night of reading and writing. I grabbed some dinner at the Christmas Market; ham off a spit and potato dumplings with bacon bits and sour kraut. I can’t get enough of the food ...
... us a clear route to take in order I see all the sculptured rocks. We had to use our imaginations to see some of the rock sculptures, as some weren't as obvious as others but it was a beautiful walk through a lush and green national park. The hike required us to go up and down lots of stairs and at one point we had to go between two of the huge rocks. The path between was so small you had to squeeze your way through. lucky we weren't big people or ...