- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Multilingual staff
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... there are about 190,000 people buried 13 people deep on a hill beside a synagogue. There's one part of the tour that made me tear up, but it's a beautiful story. We walked past this children's museum which holds children's artwork from the thousands of Children that were sent to Terezin concentration camp/transport center. Friedl Dicker-Brandeis was a woman also sent to Terezin with her husband. She was a teacher and began an art class for the children to ...
... Think you need a few drinks on board to see it though + Prague National Staduim, Brevnov (seats about 300,000 people but is no longer in use, except for training by a local football club. The stadium itself is in significant decay. It was built by the communist party so no one wants to maintain it + Strahov Monastery and Library + Look out point over Prague close by the Monastery + Prague Castle + St. Vitus Cathedral + Golden Lane + Old ...
... invited to their wedding party the following night! They got married in Canada first but his family is from Prague so they were having a second party. Although we barely knew anyone, we had a great time and I met a couple of Austrian teachers who are keen for their students to have Aussie pen pals (via email). So we may try to set something up in Term 4! Next stop: Vienna. Hope you're all well. To all those Hawks supporters...Go Tigers ...
Today we leave Prague for Dubai, leaving behind a beautiful place & cobblestones. Had breakfast with Gav, Gail & Marc as he too was leaving going back home, we said goodbye leaving G& G to have their private goodbye with tears. Lee & Gav went off together as we wanted to buy a mini IPad finding the bigger one cumbersome carting around taking photos, should have brought one in Melb before leaving home but you ...
... quite an experience! We watched the futbol match at a local pub and the overwhelming majority (everybody except for us) was rooting for Germany. We decided to cheer for the underdog since Germany (as of now) has won 4 out of 20 of the world cups. Too bad Argentina didn't even score a goal. After the match the square was full of Germans chanting and singing their national anthem. We finally wrote down the name of our favorite beer, "Velkopopovicky Kozel." Must try if you ever get ...