Holiday Inn Prague Airport
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... I would have liked. It was a 7.5 hour bus ride but it went really quick! When I got off the bus tho, that was a different matter. I have a 9.5 hour wait till my next bus from Prague to Munich airport! :s it took forever! I just read my books and ate my jam sandwiches and eventually the time passed. 11pm and I got on my bus and fell straight to ...
... from amusing, to annoying (as the rain stopped and we wanted to make the most of the gap), to hilarious as the clerk wrote on this bit of paper and that, circled important parts on the card machine receipt, on the normal receipt, shuffled the papers into the correct order, reviewed each pile to make sure they all contained the right bits and pieces, and then just as I thought she was finished, she needed to stamp each of four receipts. After about 300 years of waiting, ...
... a rich history and amazing nightlife, which added to my fascination with Eastern ...
... people. The giant paintings depicting war scenes hung from the walls, and an angelic figure decorated the ceiling. The warm wood tones made the room feel cozy despite the graphic illustrations. The next room was by far my favorite. I found that I was really taken by Mucha’s lithographic art shown in his museum, and this room was completely designed, down to the furniture, by Mucha. The ceiling showed Slavic characters ...
... silly Austrian guy started talking with Courtney and I. He was already really drunk and was trying to convince us that we really needed to visit Vienna. We also met a girl from Oregon that told us about a route to Prague that was cheaper and more interesting than going directly. It consisted of taking a bus to a border town between Czech and Poland and spending a night at a cool hostel and then taking the train to Prague from there. We decided this would be the most adventorous was ...