- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... if it's not the engine which they changed 3 times, there was works being carried off and only one train could go along the tracks so you had to wait for train to pass - my stress level was growing. And then a regional train was cancelled and all of a sudden every stop there were hundreds of people boarding our train, went longer had the carriage to ourselves, it was made up of locals travelling, till the had no choice and had to attach 2 ...
... their meeting that night (must've been their convention week) so we would have to sit through the whole thing in Czech. I've got to admit that sounded pretty terrible because the language is so radically different that we can't understand a single word of it. When the brother saw the apprehension in our faces he half-jokingly said, "or you could meet with our french group, if you know any French". Score! We excitedly sat down in the back school and had a great ...
... concludes with a walk through a photo and newspaper clipping montage, before being given the opportunity to dress up like the soldiers, try on gas masks and pose with guns.
Our tour of the bunker was very interesting and informative, and the more we move through our tour the more it is influenced by WWII.
Maybe I am being ignorant of history, maybe I’m looking back on history, and not through history’s eyes but I was surprised ...
... of the colluseum in Rome however it was never finished. We also visited the Nazi rally grounds and Zeppelin fields. The old fortified city was spectacular however and the large moat that was built around the old town which took 30 years to construct. Here in prague we have been fortunate to have clear blue skies. We spent the afternoon ...
... around the city for three long hours we decided to take it easy that afternoon and organized to meet back up with Sean and Luke for dinner. Once it got dark the four of us set out to eat and drink the delicious Czech food and drink. Our tour guide thankfully recommended a traditional restaurant where I ordered the farmers feast which included pork, chicken, ham, bread dumplings and sauerkraut salad (enough to feed two people I think) and ...