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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... way and the ride back to the hotel went without a hitch. We contacted Tom Taffel our cruise director at the opera that night to get directions to the Corinthia Hotel. The opera house was beautiful. Before we sat down we saw Maria Pitcairn and she was shocked to see Sheila and me, not knowing that we had scheduled the cruise. The opera was La Rondine by Puccini in concert style and it was very good. ...
... during that period that people hardly knew what was going on just outside of the city, let alone in another country. Access to learning English was extremely limited but she managed to learn the English language by listening to Beatles records owned by foreigners working in the hotel. (One of her favorite songs was "It's a Hard Days Night".)
She talked about all the ways that the Communists worked to control society. For example, ...
The trip took us to the New Forest in the Southampton areas where we camped for a night. Then we visited the 'prettiest village in England’ supposedly, Castle Combe. It is certainly pretty with the stone houses along a narrow road, a village church and the market cross outside a very popular pub. At the bottom of the street is a babbling brook and in amongst the trees we found an old stone bridge over the brook. The summer flowers were still ...
... places in and around Prague. And seeing a lot of these places, and meeting a lot of its people, is really what being here is about.
First off, by the end of the first week, I went and visited Karlstejn Castle, a location about 45 minutes outside of the city. I went with my friend Helen, hopping aboard my first ever train ride (yep, I've never been on a train before). We came across a small tavern right outside the town leading to the castle, and as we sat ...
... from last year "My thighs are exploding with pleasure," which is now engraved on John Lennon's Wall for the world to see.
On the way back, we came across the biggest pub crawl we'd ever seen (despite using and abusing the term in the past). Naturally, we turned around which led us to the famous 5 story club. Whilst some of us grabbed some Absinthe and headed on in, others made their way back ...