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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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Peter Poslusney lived in Belleville some years ago and ran a computer business in Century Place. He still visits twice a year and when he does he always makes a point of stopping by my office to say hi. When i told him that i would be in Prague he gave me his email and phone number to give him a call. (He now lives in the Czech) So we did and made plans to visit Beroun where he ...
... of mixed pickles. It was all very tasty and filling. Our waiter looked after us very well and we enjoyed being there. After lunch we went to the National Museum thinking it was the National Gallery, but didn't go in. We walked for ages in the pouring rain, even working out that we needed to go under a dodgy underpass and came out at the top of Wenceslas Square without realising that that was where we were. Bob and Wendy were thirsty so a thick shake from Maccas helped out, ...
... who never quit! A draw was made and so 5 cowboys now dorned the Czech jersey. Our guide sat on the opposing bench to translate for the coach and kids. It was an intense game. Funny how you can be best friends but when it is game time and hit the ice you are enemies. After the first period, the cowboys were losing 1 to 0 and our parents were starting to get worked up that we should not have played. Then my new friend Skye's boy Colin ...
... I was there (and I am still here, 2 hours later and still writing this), somebody switched the lights off. It has gone horribly dark again even though no more storm or rain forecast. And with that it started lashing it down and the wind really came up again. After no rain for two weeks this is weird. It was absolutely hammering it down. The sausage was delicious by the way. I am German so anything pickled is great. And their bread is pretty damn good as well. The rain has gone ...
... Jewish communities in Europe were completely obliterated - people, books and buildings all lost! Hitler's intention was to display an empty Prague Jewish area as a large museum to a lost race race of people..... Today a very solemn Pinkas ...