Green Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Prague...I was lost for words. It was stunning. I had been to Paris many moons ago and simply forgot how a cities beauty can take your breath away. I had arrived in a fairytale with a castle up on the hill, an old town filled with new delights around ever corner - the only thing missing was my Prince Charming.
Prague was not a shiny Disney fairytale. There was an edginess to the city with some amazing street performers including a ...
... add the tea-tree. I now stink like a packet of mints.
Went out for a short walk down to the river. The streets are very nice, lined with trees with some lovely old buildings but occasionally a warm blast of air would come out of the pavement?! Very weird. Bought a punnet of strawberries from the same shop I went to earlier and feasted on them for supper.
The day started very early as we needed to catch the water bus at 0630 to the airport for our flight to Paris then onto Prague. It was lovely seeing Venice from the water and so early in the morning as not too many people were up and around. Took a few photos as we past different spots like st. marks square. The flights all were on time and we we're meet at the airport for our car transfer to our apartment. Beautiful apartment in a ...
For today's blog we wrote some prose, we shall see how it goes: Our apartment is very appealing With its 12 foot high ceilings 5 minutes From Wenceslas Square At his statue we did stare The old cobblestone streets Weren't too much strain for our feet To Old Town we did wander To see what was yonder Oh my goodness, look at that astronomical clock We joined the tourists to gawk Had to keep the camera out So much beauty to capture about Our eyes were on ...
... We arrived at Buda and we were on a hill that overlooked towards Pest. So we learnt these 2 parts of the city were to form Budapest.
We travelled past the Chain Bridge and took many picturesque photos along the Potomac River. We also visited the Heroes Square where it reminded me of Paris. The boulevard leading to it reminded me of Champs Elysees in Paris, no wonder Budapest is known as the Paris of the East.
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