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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... hotel on the train and had dinner at an Italian place next door with a group of other Expats. I had a wonderful day today. It rained on me, I took far too much cash out at the ATM, I tried to speak some Czech and asked for a vino (Czech and Italian for wine) instead of a pivo (beer) and didn't end up at the Petrin Tower like I'd hoped, but I had a fabulous day anyway, wandering around at my own pace without time restrictions, absorbing all the beauty, sights and sounds! ...
... for Christmas. Then I wandered through Wenceslas Square and windowed shopped when it started to rain so returned to the hostel to pack and prepare for my trip home!!! And that was Prague! The end of my journey! I loved Prague it was beautiful heaps to see and do, would definitely come back here! I will write one more blog soon on my reflections but this is the end of my travel documentation, thank you for reading I will see you in Australia in 2 days!!! ...
... Mosaic House Hostel. Now I don't normally give a shout out to a hostel but this one was really up there in one of the best hostels I've stayed in my entire trip. It was Eco-friendly, clean, had a rocking nightclub with nightly events, friendly staff (even had the operational manager give me a complimentary buffet breakfast for participating in the Free yoga class!), great location and good WIFI (important for ...
... because it was a last minute trip planned (because it is going to rain this week), so all the rooms were booked except one for the family. So they told me I could still go on their plane with them tomorrow, and maybe fly to somewhere else I have wanted to see for the weekend (since Sardinia is like a romantic getaway, and I would be alone and awkward). So instead of going to travel, I decided to book a room at a hostel ...
... George's Basilica, dating from the Dark Ages. We then took the tram to Petrin Hill and took the funicular railway up to more stunning gardens, a mirror maze and an Eiffel Tower inspired structure before heading down the hill for some play time in a local park. The next day saw us heading out early (after the apartment owner visited to fix the washing machine we thought we had broken!) walking across the river to The Dancing House, one of the ...