EA Hotel Julis
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... place (I really can’t remember), we got the biggest surprise ever! I was standing at the bar when out of the corner of my eye I see what looked like Tom’s face (Tom from home, not our new friend Tom). I thought to myself, "Hmm…that can’t be right! Tom and Caitlin can’t be here because they’re in Poland right now….no….the vodka is playing tricks on my eyes." Then two seconds later, Rach runs past me screaming, “TOM!!! CAITLIN!!!” ...
... quite an experience! We watched the futbol match at a local pub and the overwhelming majority (everybody except for us) was rooting for Germany. We decided to cheer for the underdog since Germany (as of now) has won 4 out of 20 of the world cups. Too bad Argentina didn't even score a goal. After the match the square was full of Germans chanting and singing their national anthem. We finally wrote down the name of our favorite beer, "Velkopopovicky Kozel." Must try if you ever get ...
... whole place. Apparently everyone goes out at around 1am because by then the entire place was packed shoulder to shoulder. It was still pretty packed at 430 when I eventually convinced Stefan we should leave. Tomorrow is going to be no fun at all. Back to the hostel at 5, bed at 530 and we have to be on the bus in two hours. Munich in the morning. We will arrive by 2pm and have a 3 hour bike tour of the city. Then the beer hall till 9pm. I'm so not looking forward to ...
... German bakery to grab some lunch which we ate on the steps of a small grassy park area next to the castle walls.
On our drive to the next stop, Ness had suggested taking the the B roads to experience a bit of natural scenery. I'm glad she did! - they were gorgeous soft windy roads surrounded by manicured fields and random farm houses. The sun was shining, our music was playing and I got that excited buzz to feel free on one of our road trips, with ...
... to read the astronomical clock, and showed us around the Old Town Square. We saw the Town Hall building which was bombed during World War II and never rebuilt, so it is much smaller now.
Over in a courtyard near the main square, Jana told us about a Turkish man who visited Prague and fell in love with a blonde beauty. He had to go back to his home town, but they both agreed to wait for each other until he returned. However, he was gone for a long time, and ...