EA Hotel Julis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Kids pool
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... is located in the middle of the river with a good view of the Charles Bridge.
For dinner we returned to the same pub as the previous night and then walked the bridge and Prague streets. Watching fires burn, street performances and Brendan trying 50ml of Swedish Vodka ended this 'easy' and final day in Prague.
I'm on a five hour train to Berlin, crammed in the corridor between a crew of Italians and a sultry German teenagee couple. There's enough space on the floor for me to sit upright in the fetal position, mashed between a cabin door and the wall radiator behind me. My friends are nowhere in sight. We got separated in the shoving throng that was trying to board the oversold train. I'm apparently the only one that made it on my car. I last saw them through my ...
... to look for some bars and what not to go out to, however no luck finding anywhere, so we thought lets just go back to the rave cave (rape cave) and go where the hostel goes. After that we got back, started drinking and got extremely ******. After the rave cave we all went to Harley's bar which was sick, dancing on podiums, good music, fun dancing - however it was absolutely packed. People buying me drinks for my birthday - a lot of yager bombs. After Harley's ...
... during the Plague of the 1200s. The men carried a cross and a statue of Jesus. Afterwards, we returned to the church and began mass. Even though I missed my home church and did not know any of the catholic traditions, I was still glad to be there on Easter. Afterwards, 3 of us went to the Globe Café and had a gigantic brunch. I had English breakfast tea and the “lumberjack breakfast”. It was great to have some English type breakfast foods! ...
... architecture of the 70s will go down as an embarrassing time in history, and it's a pity we will have nothing as beautiful from that time to pass down to future generations. With every medieval city I visit, I'm becoming more interested in architecture, and the tiny expansion of my knowledge is allowing me to enjoy these places more than I did a few weeks ago. In some travel blogs about Prague, if read that you must 'look up' as you walk along ...