Hotel Galileo Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is simply amazing, especially when I think back to when I travelled in Europe at the age of 19, sending regular postcards home, knowing that they could take up to 3 weeks to reach their destination!)
Breakfast downstairs was sumptuous - a smorgasbord of continental foods, hot and cold. We filled our bellies, expecting that this nourishment would see us through to dinner, our usual custom being to enjoy an ice cream or something similar for lunch.
... to our hotel, Gary and I plugged in our iPhone earphones and took an audio tour of the city's highlights. Although I usually avoid such a style, this late time suggests that bullet points may be the best way to describe Prague as of now: • Architecturally, Prague is a combination of medieval and modern designs. But more than any city I have seen before, the cache of outstanding Art Nouveau buildings is outstanding. It is not unusual ...
... with dumplings and always accompanied by pivo - beer. The Czechs love their beer and by tomorrow evening we intend to be in Pilsen, home of Pilsener beer.
After dinner, we took a jet-lag chasing stroll along the Vltava River and through Prague's Old Town, considering adjustments to tomorrow's walk planning. It was a lovely warm ...
... in a few other things between the rain and the cute dentist!!! One of our main activities was the beer and beer snacks!! Hey, it was bad weather afterall! If we thought Belgium was beer capital of Europe, think again!! Belgium has it in the bag in terms of the number of different types of beer available, but Czech Republic LOVE their BEER!! (PIVO in Czech). They have the highest beer consumption in the world – more than 156 litres of beer per capita annually. Their beer is ...
... train back to Vienna. Even though it was a short trip I absolutely loved Prague and wish I could have spent more time there but appreciated the fact that I got to go even for a few days!
Huge thank you to Mark and Gayle Fulton for letting me stay at their apartment for the few days I was there - much appreciated! It was so nice to have a homey place to stay at while travelling.
Next trip is the big one! Scotland and Ireland here I come, laddie!!