Hotel Galileo Prague
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... with all the lanes, some have pleasant surprises, some look dodgy. Lots of people who look like they live on the street...these are ones going thru bins...v sad.
Lots of segways and pretty cheap, didn't try them but we have used them before, easy and fun
Dinner tonight was supposedly a Czech specialty, Bohemian Duck with red cabbage....was good but once is enough
Back in the road tomorrow...to ...
... halls was playing up. Nothing like leaving it to the last hour so I asked the rental car company desk if he could print it out for us from Rachel's USB. As we were going to the Ballet we went by Taxi - plus it was raining quite heavily. We were dropped off at the door to the National Theatre and found our seats - do not ask how long that took - down, up,up, down & finally up!
The modern ballet was KRABAT - The Sorcerers Apprentice. It was certainly well done. The applause at ...
... night for how ever much beer was consumed. We had a really nice time. He shared with me his experiences that he and his wife had pursuing theocratic goals. He and his wife are saving up money to assist the work in China. It was very encouraging to spend personal time with him. The beer was...so so. After having beer at several different locations in EU I have noticed that many places can serve the same brand of ...
... around Prague hauptbahnhof, only barely missing being arrested and confined, as crazy westerners, by the local police. Our fare negotiation with a local taxi driver at the railway station resulted in the arrival of a second cab with a speed matched only by Dennis driving on the English motorways. These likely-lad drivers delivered us safely, albeit at twice the regular cost, across Prague ...
... is sauerkraut and a small garnish of lettuce and a cherry tomato. Believe me no room for the cherry tomato! Washed down with a local beer costing the equivalent of $5 for a pint sized glass, one couldn't really complain! Our walking tour took us through the main square up to the Charles Bridge which with the castle high on the hill behind is just a beautiful sight. Dinko left us here and we meandered up the the castle. 208 steps to climb which ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility