EA Hotel Tosca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a great day of exploration. We ended up in a beer garden overlooking the river and most of the city. We loved it- it was a great place for people watching and laughing at all the dogs playing and roaming around.
The next day we went into the city. We hiked up a giant hill to a monastery that had a brewery. Thy beer was delicious and the atmosphere was awesome. We also hunted down a cool old library that we had been wanting to see. The walk ...
... video experiences led one to feel like a character in a Kafka story. Leaving the museum, we stopped back at Shakespeare Books because I was hungry for books written in English (yes, Vienna has a branch also, but it's not in an area I get to often.) From there we were finally able to find the John Lennon wall, where there was a street musician performing, surprise, surprise, Beatles music.
We had dinner at an ancient brewpub (since 1499) not too far from the hotel, ...
(Alice Daly) Prague is a wonder city of highly embellished baroque and art nouveau architecture. For precisely that reason, a visit to the deconstructivist "Dancing House", aka the " Fred and Ginger Building", was a special alternative moment. Built in 1996 as a collaborative effort between Croatian-Czech architect Vlado Milanic and Frank Gehry, it occupies a prominent vantage point on a corner ...
... After we walked through the Old Town we climbed a whole lotta stairs to reach a permanent beer garden. It's pretty much exactly how it sounds: a large beautiful park where they sell copious amounts of delicious and nutritious beer (it's cheap, too!). The view from the benches was stellar and we relaxed there for a while. Chelsea and I even took a nap on the grass, which is absolutely essential if you really want to appreciate a park. I still can't get Brittany to ...
... after. Our last day we ate the same breakfast as the day before, packed up our bags, and enjoyed the last few moments of our fancy hotel before the long train ride to Munich. We checked out around noon, and when we got to the main train station several miles away, I realized I still had the key to the hotel room. We figured it was too late to head back, as our train would arrive shortly, so we emailed the hotel staff and mailed it to them the following ...