EA Hotel Crystal Palace
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... completely still since it was such a hot, windless day. I could have sat there for hours just looking at the view. There were loads of stalls all the way across the bridge, with people selling hand-made jewellery, pictures, Prague novelties and cartoonists doing portraits for people. It was pretty awesome! If it hadn’t been so hot, I would have stocked up on earrings, but the sun seriously had it in for me. Getting up to the Castle was fun….lol. The combination of ...
Camping in the Rhine Valley was beautiful, despite the midges and the creepy crawlies! It was so peaceful waking up solely to the sound of the birds singing. At one point in the night I woke up thinking that it was raining and how annoying that would be for packing the tent away, only to remember we were pitched next to a cute little stream which was actually what I could hear.
Poor Nessy had been chilly in the night and will be taking extra layers at our next camping ...
... right now. This one was darker and a bit sweeter than the other two but with the same clean finish; my favorite so far. Fabien and I discussed traveling and the difference between how Americans view work and vacation versus the French. Fabien ordered another beer and I a coffee because I was literally falling asleep at the table. We talked for another hour or so before parting ways. I walked back across the bridge to my hostel and conked out instantly. ...
... They just so happened to be on temporary exhibition in Prague while we were there.
It was a bit out of the way on the tram, and we supposed they needed somewhere a bit more warehouse-like to hang such large canvases. The sheer size, detail, colour and emotion portrayed in the Slav Epic was incredible. Mucha worked on completing them for 18 years.
It was getting dark (at 4.30pm!), and time to go home to get ready for the Pub Crawl that night. We had to walk ...
... reports, and miraculously due to the extreme similarity of medical terminology in many languages, I was also able to figure out the main point in the Dutch, Polish, Czech and Bahasa Malay reports. The only one that had me completely stumped was the report from Russia, since I cannot read the Cyrillic alphabet at all. Fortunately I would soon be visiting a friend in the Czech Republic who speaks Russian fluently, so I was all set! However, Tom is not a ...