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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We kicked off our final day in Prague by hitting the last two breweries on the list. Of course, we can't drink on an empty stomach, so we stopped on the way to the first brewery to get what Sammy refers to as "circle dough". Circle dough (or Trdelnik, as it's called in Czech) is a sweet pastry that is made by rolling dough thin, wrapping it around a ...
... he was surprisingly accepting of requests to intersperse his DJ selection (he put on some J-Kwon and even T-Swift for us). But the overall theme of the night was metal: overwhelmingly, imposingly, deafeningly so.
Conversation with Metalman proved to be disappointingly droll, however. He seemed far more content to head thrash and scream than use words. I suppose it was for the better, though. Sometimes it's easier to remember these random extras from your travel experiences as ...
... good! From there, back toward Old Town and the main square to see the clock go off (we missed it earlier) and enjoy the nice afternoon light. It was getting kinda late, so we found a traditional Czech restaurant to eat at. The food is good and hearty and the beer is very good. My (Grant) only complaint is most bars only have one label of beer, so trying a bunch involves moving around a lot. Tomorrow, we are going to the Castle and the Jewish ...
... sense of the city and try to stay awake.
It is pretty cold here. Most are still wearing winter heavy coats. Temps are mid forties with a breeze. I am glad for layers and grabbing gloves and hat at the last moment. I had the scarves packed. Checked in our room about 3:30pm. I warned everyone to try to stay awake and not take a nap and we will feel almost normal tomorrow. It was hard to sit down and not let eyes ...
... precision and artistry. The human-bone-bird pecking at the cheek of a skull reminded me so much of Jan Svankmajner, and I wonder if this morbid style is particular to the Czech... Prague has been a highlight. I would love to learn more about Bohemia. Prague is romantic and weird, full of jazz and classical music, breathtaking architecture, and rich history, juxtaposed with the strange works of Kafka and Svankmajner, and anarchistic and ...