Hotel Three Storks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Thu Jun 11
-got going at last n was pretty clear that we were going to miss our connection in heathrow. Happily the competent agent at sfo had reserved seats on the next flight to Prague. So when we arrived heathrow we quickly got new tickets n notified our shuttle company of our delay.
Then off to the lounge to kill 3 hrs which was a …
... It was a fairly quiet and peaceful ride until we got into the Czech Republic. Lots of people boarded the train and it was packed on the way I to Prague. We finally arrived after being delayed only 20 minutes because of technical problems on the tracks. Outside the train station, it looked a bit sketchy. I quickly walked in the direction of my hotel. Managing to make it on foot, and stopping only to exchange money and check out a Vietnamese restaurant. Check in was ray and fast and ...
... find my next gate, I sped walked to the terminal and found my next plane to Vienna, Austria. What do you know, same small plane, yikes. Only a 45 minute flight this time. 'Drink? Snack? Prepare for descent'. Phew, almost there, 30 minutes to find my next gate, with the addition of customs. And my third flight in 3 hours, yup, same type of plane. Load, sit, drink, descent, 40 minutes to Prague this time. Wow, I just crossed three countries in four hours..... ...
... enjoyed visiting. It was great to be able to spend time with people who share my passion for travel. We spent almost two hours at the restaurant, taking in the experience of our first night in Prague. On our way back across the bridge, we decided to walk along the water's edge towards St. Charles Bridge which leads over to Prague Castle. But, before we were midway over the first bridge, fireworks began shooting off nearby in the opposite direction over the river. What a ...
... said he had bigger issues with getting the country back into some form of economic shape. So the Stones left £30 000 worth of lighting gear and their lighting engineer to sort the place out and now it looks absolutely stunning at night. Happy days!
Zoomed up hill to the Monastery where Steve and Stefano drank beer yesterday and had a delish lunch of goulash soup encased within a big loaf of brown bread. Yum! ...