Hotel Three Storks
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Although we planned to be out and about in time for breakfast at the hotel (after all, it is free), we just missed it, but found a pastry and sandwich shop around the corner. Nothing like fresh baked goods. We passed through a Farmer's Market, which is Mike dream to be able to shop at one on a daily basis. Since there are only three main lines to Prague's metro, we became comfortable with them pretty quickly. Although we did a lot of walking (we're going to have killer ...
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... we were of each other for getting full fledged amoungst it. After a long walk to the tram station we stumbled home after 3 and fell asleep. What a fantastic night. No idea how I am up wide eyed writing this but I'll yell at myself later when I'm dying in the bus. Off to Berlin this morning, going to be amaze. A few points: When a local who can't speak English stops you on the stairs of a club to touch your dimples on your cheek and ...
... hills so it is a good way to go. The downside is that you can't take as many pictures and we didn't get as much information but that suited me fine. It was a good way to get your bearings, and fun too. Before the tour we walked over the Charles bridge which was filled with people. Probably the busiest places to go and got a bite to eat. After the tour we grabbed some food. I had pork neck with bread dumplings and sweet and sour cabbage. ...
... villages. It is really a very lovely part of the world, that I would love to explore more....maybe on a bike? Well we will see.
We arrived in Prague to find a maze of narrow one way streets crisscrossing each other in a rather unorganized fashion. This made for fantastic for walking and exploring, but not so great for a big bus to navigate. So after some time, the driver dropper us off by a bridge, near the ...