EA Hotel Esplanade I & II
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Prague about 4:30, which got us back to Wenceslas Square close to 7:00. Now we had to get back to the hotel by 7:30 to leave for dinner. We quickly walked up the square to the train and rode our two stops. We made it just in time to head out to a nice dinner with everyone! Another great day today. Tomorrow will be a little tough, but well worth it as we head to Terezin concentration camp. And this time Jeanne is actually coming with us.
... than having to ride out someone else's hip thrusts on a top bunk. They were throwing the covers back and making sexual demands of eachother, the most aggressive thing I could think to do was to do a middle class cough and jangle by bracelets, that didn't hinder, only provided a sound track to their filthy fumblings. It wasn't until the morning that we realised both girls on the bottom bunks of the beds we were on had sex and in the morning they continued to be rude in ...
... town and lots of restaurant line the bank .
The weather was bitter and David and I bought jackets , instead of wearing our jacket liners . We looked so bad in them , but look more respectable now . The weather has been cold and most days have ridden with out liners in
Back to the restaurants , they look after you , energy chair had a blanket for your knees , if you still look cold the staff will bring another for your shoulders .
We have every ...
... comfy chairs and socialized with some of the other passengers. We met several really nice people from all over. We have people from the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., Latvia, Ireland, and Mexico. Hors D'oeuvres were served while we waited for dinner.
Dinner began at 7:30 and every single passenger on the boat went to the dining room and ate all at the same time. We had a delicious 4 course meal. All four of us agreed the ...
... under repair now for seven years, and has a finishing deadline of 1172. It was a unique project where the importance was on the volunteer experience and relationships rather than any profit motive. There was no rush, which was nice.
In the afternoon we were given a brilliant tour around the local forest by Libor, another person involved with the castle project. We visited an abandoned three hundred year old ...