Hotel Apartments Wenceslas Square
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Apartments Wenceslas Square Prague
Not all was perfect, but what a great location. we had a kitchen. awesome flatmates
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... down at Vaclav Havel International Airport (PRG), we were won over by the Czech Republic. The purpose of this first entry is only a summary. Upon our return, we'll parse through the photos, our daily reflections and do a more thorough trip report here and at Trip Advisor. Follow us on Twitter @MurkyPig for more. Thursday, August 21 (Arrival) Prague airport is a modern facility, but there is no direct rail access into the city. AAA taxi stands, local ...
... and I raided the the Donkin berry patch. We picked several large containerfuls of blackberries, and also found some red and black currants, and even a few golden raspberries - something Charlie and I had never seen before.
Today we packed our bags for Prague. Norman dropped us off at Heathrow, where we met Leicester and Lidka, and the 4 of us took a coach to ...
... direction, occasionally asking locals for directions. After about an hour, Balazs came charging up, full of apologies and insisted on taking him back to the hotel in a taxi. He was very upset and said your wife will be worried, and I will have to make a report. So he won't forget Kevin in a hurry! (this could have had something to do with the box of chocolates from him we found on our bed that night - apparently we were the only ones who received ...
... very grown up young gentleman. He is Czech Republic and has studied in the USA when he was 15, an athlete, biked, triathlon guy, he was not impressed with the US kids, he says it's all about them and they don't care about others and past history. Whereas he has lived through the stories of his Great Grandma and the concentration camps, he says her stories can still make him cry, so much Heart !!!! Moms if you have an eligible daughter send them to the Czech Republic ...
... all suffered a howler of a cold and had a few grumbly days, but flaming bins of Raku and the all right wood firing (nudging 1400 degrees at the bottom!) helped us rally. We toasted Czech sausages over a bonfire and enjoyed chapattis and wild fried mushrooms.
United as friends we rode back in Prague and settled into hostels and explored the city, catching up for beers and food each night until it was time for us to fly and bus back home.