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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... then down the stairs to get to the boots. Simple. Of course that is how you get to the boats. Off we trot again... and, after a bum steer from a girl inside the café who asked us 'what boats?', we did actually find them.
10euros to hire for an hour. Melinda and Connor providing pedal power, Louise and Helen in the front. Very peaceful on the river - well apart from the ,larger boats that occasionally bear down on you . Mostly though, ...
... the square. If possible, take a small backpack or messenger bag on your daily excursions. A recently purchased Osprey brand messenger bag from REI went above and beyond on this trip. Each day I packed a small camera, book (for the random cafe we stopped into), passport copies, an umbrella and miscellaneous items depending on our plans. The bag held our small purchases such as magnets, postcards and trinkets without compromising our hands as we walked about. If time ...
Breakfast at this hotel is amazing, from cereal to bacon to roasted potatoes and delicious fresh nuts.
Started the day with a walking tour. Visited the chapel here, which has the most magnificent stained glass windows we have seen. Each window tells a story and has a co!our themes. One mostly blue, one green etc. This is the chapel that Good King Winscelas did his good work here and is buried here. Was an excellent ...
It's the usual couples scene. Prague-Hilton excellent service and restaurants for tourist. But I am not used to living high on the hog as a solo traveler. Room quiet and well set up for doing my own laundry. For free internet you have to go to lobby which is huge. A lot of business people from all over the world come here.
Delta air spicy chicken really screwed my digestion. I need to remember to ask ...
... for sitting, although spectacular views remained, as i went to the Estates theater to watch Mozart's opera Don Giovanni.
Mozart premiered Don Giovanni here in 1787, The theatre has undergone a number of changes since then, but in its current state it is quite spectacular. We had purchased tickets in the cheap seats (~NZ$14) which placed us in the front row of the second balcony, which effectively was the fifth tier. Like most seats in ...