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... dehydrated, sweating my ass off AND climbing up hundreds of steps just about killed me! It was so worth it though, the view of Prague from the top of the hill was breathtaking. I wish I could upload photos straight from my retinas because the photos I took just didn’t do it justice. We were a bit confused at first about whether we were actually in the Castle or not, as we walked through some pretty regal looking gates that seemed more suited for a palace rather than a castle. ...
... After Nessy did a spider check of the shower I braved it with 2 mosquito type creatures and was then ready to drive further along the Rhine Valley. We waved goodbye to the cute granny of the family that own the campsite and headed down a much more direct route to the main road.
The Rhine had such sparkly water and more mini castles dotted all over the valley side, some right next to clusters of houses. We were planning future family holidays back there already.
The Old Town Square was bustling with its Christmas Market preparing for the midday rush. I walked through the square, snapping pictures indiscriminately, and enjoying the warm sunny morning. As I walked through the crowd, I thought I heard someone call my name. I almost didn't turn to look, but then I saw Kim waving and walking towards me! She had been walking around the square, looking for a free walking tour. I had grabbed an advertisement ...
... shady streets to get to the closest Metro, and we both agreed it wouldn’t be fun to be in that area late at night.
We got ready at hostel and then took a tram into town, where we were meeting Joanna’s medical friends (also holidaying) at a restaurant called Svejk. They were late and we were confused by how big the place was, but we finally found them and went downstairs out of the smoking area. I met Sasha, Pariza, Mohit, Amanda and Nara. They were ...
... person, so he had to enlist some of his friends back in Russian to help with the terminology, and we soon had half of Moscow assigned to the task of translating “Agata” the pygmy hippo’s tale of woe.
After a short but productive visit to Basel my friend Peter picked me up and we drove to Zug, where I was staying for a few days with some old family friends, Hans and Dagmar, who have known my parents since before I was even born. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility