Hotel U Divadla
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- Concierge desk
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... we entered the third courtyard and joined a long queue to enter into the St Vitus Cathedral. This cathedral took over 600 years to build. Construction began in 1344 and was completed in 1681. Inside the cathedral was huge. The walls were adorned with massive stained glass windows - they were incredibly detailed and so bright! Behind the cathedral, in St George square there was a large Christmas tree and a great view looking back at the domes of the cathedral. On ...
... can't figure out the transportation services to save my life). Again, the announcement on the tram came on that said "This is the last stop. Everyone must exit". I was no where I wanted to be, so I figured I would go into the market and see if I could grab a beer and enjoy the czech culture that way. So I did, and ended up opening it, drinking some, and then getting on the right train and making my way to the right stop in front of an amazing art gallery I had wanted to go to. Luckily ...
... br> I have no idea what that is like!
Rachel then had to do some study, and as it was raining quite heavily we headed back to the hotel by tram. Everyone has said the weather now is colder and more miserable than in winter.
As we were going to the Ballet we had an early tea of pasta at the same place where we had had lunch earlier in the week. Again very nice, cheap and quick. ($20 for 2 pastas & drinks),
Rachel had not been able to print the tickets, as the printer ...
... It is a great school of acceptance. Rollercoaster of emotions.
Tango is a dance which is to enjoy like any other dances. Its music moves you because although you may not understand the lyrics you resonate with it.We all,at some point,had to leave the homeland,home nest,loved ones.Although I am and never will be (unfortunately) a porteno,I like to feel the music (I like to think) based on my story,my life.Letting go.Leaving my home land for living ...
After traveling most of the day through the Bohemain countryside I spent most of the day sleeping, feel like I might be getting the contiki flu! I did stay awake for the game Scott introduced 'Bus confessions' to us. We all had to write down something that we have done on the tour that no one else knows about, this was VERY entertaining as some interesting things came out. A lot of them were confessions for feelings for our bus driver Garth wanting to touch ...