EA Hotel Tosca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... recommended it for the music scene.
We did get up early yesterday and walked the Charles Bridge again. What a difference! There was ************e out at 7 am and we took a few more photos and watched the sun rise. The time just changed and it's getting dark early now. That might be why we're going to bed so early. But that's fine with us. Our huge bed at our (relatively) huge apartment beckons!
Today is our last day in Prague. We'll ...
Before leaving Wurzberg we took a tour of the Wurzberg Residenz. We went through the beautiful gardens, then inside and went through the many rooms. Built in the 1700's it was partly destroyed during the war. They reconstructed the many rooms that were damaged. Beforehand they had taken many photos and removed the tapestries and ...
... has, the number of working days lost in productivity, schooling and heavens-know what else, this week also celebrates another holiday, meaning the fourth in a row where Czechs have not worked a full working week.
This time at least there is an argument to say that, for Europe at least, celebrating VE Day, the day the Second World War ended in Europe probably has a lot going for it. I'd suggest that it probably carries even more poignancy this year as ...
... Mucha (pronounced moo-kah). Their artistic energy is kept alive through the odd public art scattered around the city. Elliot's favorite piece was a strange fountain in front of the Kafka Museum. It was a moving copper statute of two men looking at each other while peeing (yes peeing) into a pool shaped like the Czech Republic. What does it mean? We don't know. It is too deep for my understanding. It was very cool to see so much public art in parks, on the streets and ...
... and he took off. We weaves through the streets and arrived at the church. The cab drivers were great. They stopped the metres woe we were loading and unloading the cabs. We loaded all the uniforms into the church and hung them in one of the cloak rooms. Then we went through each one and put all of the boys uniforms into the other cloak room ready for when the students arrived after lunch. The four of us went and had pizza for lunch and it was very good. In the mean time he students ...