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... we arrived in Prague we had no problem getting our bags and finding our cab driver waiting with a sign that said "Mrs. Nicole Burton". In no time at all we were on our way to our hotel. Check-in was a breeze and our hotel left an immediate impression. It's a charming 500 year old building with a beautiful flowery courtyard. We are staying in a "Royal Suite". It is two rooms with beds for all four of us. The ceiling has an original hand-painted fresco. We left our bags there ...
... dumplings and sauerkraut – on a platter. Street food includes Prague ham sold by the chunk, with bread. But the beer is good! Pilsener and Budweiser both originate here. But at the moment, its cold enough to have hot wine ( gluhwein) or grog (any hot drink with rum) served from any street stall. Also popular here is slivovice, and varieties of Absinthe. I thought absinthe was a poison in Agatha Christie novels, but here it is, even containing ...
... Mexico. We finished the hike to the top together and climbed a tower. More stairs!!!! After that we walked through a mirror maze and visited a psychedelic art cavern. They invited me to hang with them so we hit the lounge in their hotel. It was really nice. Had dinner and Czech beer and called it a night.
I'm going to miss Prague. I think this has been my favorite stop so far. I will have to come back, if not on this trip some other ...
... internship, then find a job after the MBA. And then work, work, work, move to Singapore follower by more work. Taking some time off is a true blessing, and I feel very fortunate and thankful to those that supported me and encouraged me to do it, and as usual first and foremost thankful to my parents. So I'm telling you, Prague is where you want to be in summer time. The place is just so happening and alive and joyful. The streets and parks are crowded, it's ...
... people who really wish all these people would just leave their money and go away. Kind of like Maine. Can't blame them though, its pretty crazy in the tourist areas. Getting away from those areas people calm down and are much friendlier. So we leave this interesting city and culture tomorrow and continue our adventures without David and Sheree. I will miss their company, its been fun having them to hang with and do the things Bill doesn't want to do.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed