Green Garden Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... rather easy to get a bit lost without a map. Very easy to cover a lot of features in a relatively small amount of time. Thanks Ros, the book is invaluable. Place is very busy and interesting with all the food stalls selling local delicacies, some worth eating, others look to be worth avoiding. Cannot get over how many eating establishments there are here, more than anywhere else we have been. Saturday 4th October A reasonably early start to get to ...
... Prague it self is a beautiful place, the Old Square, Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge and the buildings throughout the town and with the Prague Castle in the background set the scene for a lovely stay. One down side was the young holiday makers, (mainly young British gents) all very drunk as the alcohol is very cheap here. Still very safe to walk around late at night. The local food was interesting. Pork Knuckle, Sausage, Goulash it ...
I woke up in the morning feeling as drowsy as a sloth as I shove breakfast cereal down my gullet. We all went out for a walk around the city. After each step I felt a little drowsier and sick, soon it was unbearable. My head was on fire and my gut was throbbing. After a while dad was finally convinced that I was sick so he took me home leaving mum and Moya behind. When dad and I got to the apartment ...
... mail: "Won't you be coming through Prague???"
Home in the States, I was planning at this time to fly straight to Rome, then onward to Ethiopia.
But, Maja was sort of a magical person for me. We'd grown close via e-mail in 2012, when I was traveling in West Africa and she in Australia and New Zealand. We'd written often about meditation, self-acceptance, freedom.
I wrote that I'd love to come ...
... and then twined through many touristy streets and headed over the famous Charles bridge to the Prague castle. The bridge was full of artisans selling there crafty goods and musicians playing their hearts out, talk about ambiance. The view from the castle was awesome, you could see the whole of Prague city and it sure was massive. After spending a while simply admiring we finally headed down to a little garden we had spotted from ...