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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... independence in WWI. Prague's main bus station is named after the president and there is a statue of him. During WWII it was removed then after the war replaced. Then during another period of communism the same thing occurred. However, today the statue has been replaced and can be viewed at the bus station.
Another experience that made Prague incredible for me was the showing of Alice in Wonderland in the Black Light Theatre. A black ...
... Excelsis Deo, and Silent Night) plus selections from "The Magic Flute," concluding with the rousing "Pa … Pa … Pa …" duet.
This has been one of the most spectacular farewell dinners on any Toto Tour. It caps a brief tour, but one that has been full of wonderful surprises and holiday cheer in two of the most magical cities of Europe. Thanks for traveling along with ...
... Dan on the other hand remembered when we waited thirty minutes for the Tattoo parade in Scotland that never came and was not about to wait again for nothing. (We were two days early for the tattoo....) We waited the five minutes and the bells rang and all the things moved. I took a cool video of it and will eventually post it on my Facebook. Apparently this clock is one of the most monumental things in the city. It's on everything from t shirts to magnets. It was cool ...
... some interesting background on Jewish culture. By far the most memorable and heart wrenching though is the Pink Synagogue, which since WWII has served as a memorial to the tens of thousands of Bohemian and Moravian Jews who were victims of the Nazis. Almost 80,000 names are inscribed on the internal walls alongside their dates of birth and death (if known), and upon entering and seeing so many names, it really does stop you in your tracks. It is like a memorial for those whom ...
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Sun. June 8
Went to church at St. Vitus at the castle along with 1000 others, actually while mass was on they let the tourists walk in and around, we just stayed for a while as there ever no more seats and we could not understand, but wow what a majestic church, baroque style, the outside is spectacular too. Then we walked around some of the places we missed the first day. There was a quartet playing some great music, so we stopped and ...