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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... one piece, but definitely an experience for the record books. As a final footnote to this blog, it is worth sharing just one more unusual experience we had while in Berlin. Reading one of the cities tourist brochures the night before, it mentioned that it was perfectly normal to nude sunbathe in there largest public park in the middle of the city. So the next day while out cycling the city we found ourselves right in the heart of the above mentioned park, and ...
... Czech Republic, we understood that most medications that we would consider “over-the-counter” in the United States, are usually “pharmacist-advised” over here in the Czech Republic. This means that, if a person is experiencing pain or cough and cold symptoms, they would be required to speak to a pharmacist and inquire about the products available. Also, the main section of the pharmacy that we think of, where the prescription medications ...
... of them! To get back to Old Town we had to walk up a street with all high end shops- Cartier, Tiffany, Prada,Jimmy Choo, you get the point. Very interesting to say the least. We ran into a young man who was taking coins to let you feed his pigs - so Jeanne fed the piggie. I just took a picture, all set with the pigs.
After a brief rest in the room, we talked to the concierge about where to eat dinner. He suggested a place, even drew on a map to ...
... still a long way from the hotel.
As we stood outside the subway station looking lost and confused, a young guy came up to us and offered to help. Turns out he is an American teaching ESL in Prague. He was great and got us on the tram that took us to the hotel.
First off - The desk manager at the ibis Hotel, Tomas, was excellent and helpful. For us English speakers in Prague, Tomas was Gold!! The rooms were clean and ...
... whole place. Apparently everyone goes out at around 1am because by then the entire place was packed shoulder to shoulder. It was still pretty packed at 430 when I eventually convinced Stefan we should leave. Tomorrow is going to be no fun at all. Back to the hostel at 5, bed at 530 and we have to be on the bus in two hours. Munich in the morning. We will arrive by 2pm and have a 3 hour bike tour of the city. Then the beer hall till 9pm. I'm so not looking forward to ...