Hotel Galileo Prague
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... weather turning pretty dodgy. I did make my way over to the city’s famed Jewish section with one of the most atmospheric cemeteries I’ve ever seen. The centuries old graveyard with its haphazardly strewn tombstones exuded sadness more than any other cemetery I can ever recall visiting. Later, I hiked up to one of the higher hills in the area for a few city-wide shots. After that, I found my way to the Prague Beer Museum for ...
... friend in Stuttgart to see Germany thru the lens of a German. The problem with using mileage tickets is that they're changeable.
Ive been in Prague (Praha to friends) since tuesday night. I'm pooped. BIG small city. Beautiful sights, wonderful people, great food. Amazing contrasts. Had lunch with a high school friend also traveling. Small world. Met new friends (shout out to Stewart and Dorothy...it felt good to laugh so much. ...
... that the German tour guides and groups come down this neck of the woods; they couldn't feel too good about it. I'm sitting writing this blog on New Years' Eve in a bar in the lobby of the Hilton Hotel because they don't have internet in the rooms. I don't think in this regard that they have kept pace with technology and are on their game but there is a benefit for me. Tonight the hotel is hosting a New Year spectacular and as I write they are rehearsing, and what ...
... square, the clock and then to the Jewish quarter. It was really interesting, and Ed was the first kid Katrina had on any tour, so she got him some chocolate. We then headed back into the old town square, had some lunch, walked some more and eventually crossed over the river and walked up to the Charles Bridge and back over the river again. We went and had a quick beer/apple juice (we really wanted to sit down) and ...
... into two independent countries - the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The Czech have remained an independent country not under the EU hence have a different currency and have managed to stay afloat with the GFC. But lucky for us everything is quite cheap here!!
The Czech people are also the highest consumers of Beer in all of Europe - with an average of 140 Gallons per person per year. Budweiser and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet