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That wasn't going to help us get to Warsaw.
He processed a refund for us (less a 10% refund fee - minimal cost based on the "ticket" price) on the useless reservation and then booked us a 2 bed compartment on the same train. The only thing we aren't sure of is whether we are in the same 2 bed compartment given the assigned bed numbers have a degree of separation although not the end of the world now that we will actually be able ...
But the REAL feature that stands out in Prague is a park. Not just any park, but the best most amazing park any person has ever seen in their life. We discovered it in Phonze´s perseverance to find a climbing wall, and climb we did! On an awesome, massive outdoor wall with 360 degree climbing routes, and cheap! Picture this: Phonze: "Britt you´re almost there! ...
... CZECH ($3.75 USD in case your curious about the conversion)… After this failure to spend $5 (a feat that could have been easily accomplished with a mentos stick and pack of gum at an American walmart), I knew exactly where I would live after I become a poor recent graduate with a $100 in my pocket. Prague is the dreamland for all the frugal souls out there, aka me myself and I.
But both Bridget and I agree that one day was not enough...perhaps a decade would have ...
... another layer, demonstrating that it's beauty is more than skin deep. The light and shade play upon bridges and buildings making it seem as though I've never cast my eyes on them before. And I keep happening upon special events by mistake. Last night I was passing by the astronomical clock at 10pm. Each hour it normally displays a whimsical show of folk characters performing like a cuckoo clock, with a skeleton ringing the bells, accompanied by ...
... So the wai wai express it was, and we headed out on foot. In retrospect it was actually quite lucky we didn't have bikes, and the path we took was very rough, much more like a tramping track. We followed the town's lake shore through a forest for a while then up a hill to a small village called Pomice. This is by no means a postcard type village, but it has a nice outlook of the surrounding vineyards and farms. We stopped at the pub for a late lunch and ordered "Pivo" (beer) as ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting