EA Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... people at work. Jean bought a couple of small items and I bought two crystal Whiskey glasses.
Back on the bus to Prague and a walk around a few back streets. Had a beer on the way home and tonight we are going to a restaurant in the nearby square.
The Czech country side we passed through was a mixture of a river valleys, wooded hills and crop fields. We saw maybe ...
So I tour my first official guided tour of my entire trip today. Two of them actually. The first was at 11am and was a free guided tour (tip not included) that would last 2.5 hours. We started at the astronomical clock and saw the little show the clock puts on every hour from 9am to 9pm, every day since 1490, with a 100 hiatus at some point in the 1500s. Starting in the old square, our guide gave a us a brief historical lesson on Prague. Then we walked to ...
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I have always been writing. Since a very early age I wrote my diaries, my thoughts, analyzing everything around me, inside of me, trying to come to terms with my life, ilnesses and my family.
it is a therapy. I am a self therapist. Healing myself through writing. It is for free. Emotions pouring out of me through words. Even better is hand writing. Papers you can throw away. Burn. Keep. Hide them somewhere and years ...
... on top. It was sweet, bitter, savory, and absolutely delicious! We sat and ate and eventually left for another bar. I paid for the meal: four beers and two dishes for about $25.
Traditionally, Czechs are loyal to one bar per night, but as travelers, we wanted to try some different beers. We came to a bar further out from the main square with a big student population. We each ordered a beer, this one starting with a "Z" but the name ...
... left tyre. We went over to talk with him and it was obvious he could not drive the car at all. The queue behind was growing but no one came to enquire what the trouble was or to help. David suggested he would need to jack the car up and drag the rock away. This was what happened after we found the jack and all was well. It turned out to be one of the cobble stones from the street and was about 30 cms deep so must have been dug ...