EA Hotel Populus
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... to access compared to others we had visited. The climb up the castle tower via several narrow winding wooden staircases and ladders was not for anyone with a fear of heights but the view from the top was awe inspiring.
It was reasonably easy to escape the majority of the crowds if you could find a shady table in pleasant spot in the dining precinct by the river. As the waters of the river were quite fast flowing it was a popular place for a bit ...
... took about 4-5 hours which was okay! The flights out of Prague were ridiculous priced so this was the best way to get there for us other than taking 3-4 all day and night buses to sofia! The bus trip went quick and we found our selves driving through more and more snow which was exciting! We found the apartment really easy and both shared katees single bed for the night ...
... is a walk in the park compared to all of the weight on my shoulders of finding an apartment and getting a visa.... STRESSFUL to say the least. I know I will get it done but it is a very complicated and time consuming process.
I love Prague so far. I have been dreaming about living here so long it hardly seems real. The people aren't necessarily friendly, but i am used to American ...
... something to eat and to wander a bit around. While Robin was busy with some guys I saw someone (a guy) wearing a Tiara ! (<3) so I asked him if I could try it on and so he gave it to me and I didn't have to give it back!! So for that night I was wearing a Tiara, like a princess. And everyone believed I was getting married! That tiara made so much happen: free drinks, free entrances,... anything!
The next day wasn't as spectacular ...
... to restaurant.
The most memorable part of the whole shebang actually comes from the Czech people's way of putting up with these Communist era shena****ns. As you will see from the photograph, the Stalin figure is one at the front of a group of 8 (four each side) figures representing variously the brave Russian soldiers who liberated Czechoslovakia, rural folk and no doubt brave tractor drivers of the Soviet Union. In their own inimitable style, the ...