Hotel Kampa - Stara Zbrojnice
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... PJs in bed
Watching Czech TV
Then with Alex already snoring happily
I lose my nightie, looking for quite awhile
Finally finding it under a pillow
Where I must have stashed it
In my semi-awake state
At last to bed
And I don't even remember laying down...
PRAGUE DAY 1
We walk and walk and walk
Thru a city that is so beautiful
It takes one's breath away
Building after building
All kinds of ...
But to wrap up Prague in a nutshell, we both thought it was a charming city, especially at night. The main tourist areas are very busy but once you get out of them, there are some really lovely spots to explore. We didn’t notice any pickpockets or other scammers but were vigilant with our belongings. Street signs were easily visible so you couldn’t get lost when following a map. Heaps of places to eat out but they do put down a service charge ...
... the architecture is gorgeous. We saw the famous Prague clock hit the hour, and puppets dance and a rooster crows on a clock that can tell numerous times, which Zodiac we are currently in, etc. We visited a cemetery where people are buried ten deep, some are buried vertically just to fit in! Crazy. It was a good, but hot, tour, and we bought tickets to do the castle tour today. We had a nice, relaxing morning. We headed into the middle of Prague and ...
... age, so yeah no wonder. I am really generalising here now but I am trying to get a point across.
We can work on our technique, certainly. Take classes. Group classes. Private classes. Workshops. Marathons. Festivals. All of the above and more but also- open up to it. Open up in embrace. One advice I got from a porteno in Baires was - stop analizing the moves. Just dance. ..I know, I know it sounds so cliche But I see a spark of truth there. We want to be ...
You know you have left neat housewifely Austria and have arrived in Czech Republic almost immediately. The farms are bigger - hectares of ploughed paddocks, sown with winter crops, gone is the corn and pasture crops, and neat houses. Some cracking of the render, some age on the paint on houses. Gardens are more 'natural', less manicured. On the train too, more grinding on the corners as the slopes in the line aren’t adjusted, realising too late ...