Hotel Kings Court
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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wonderful comfort & service here...plus great location to explore the old city
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I was up reasonably early this morning to catch my train to Prague. My train was at at 9.01 and this is Germany, when they say 9.01, what they mean is 9.01. My train was quite old, it had compartments. I haven't been on a train like that in eons. I was sharing a compartment with a lovely older Scottish couple and a very nice older german couple who were quite happy to chat until they realised we couldn't understand a word they were saying.
The countryside ...
... themselves. Drink was flowing freely and conversation endlessly. I couldn’t think of a happier time that I’d had on my trip thus far.
After many more pints and more music, and after a knowing little nod to George who I would probably never see again, I said farewell to Za and Johnny, who told me to look them up should I ever end up in Dresden. Increasingly, it was looking like fate was conspiring that I should get there, since Karl, or KB, whom I’d met ...
Well, I've got about 20 minutes worth of juice left in my laptop so I have to make this quick. Sitting in the front seats of the upper level on the night bus from Prague back to Wroclaw I'm currently looking out straight ahead into the dark country road night.
Occasionally the headlights illuminate strangely intelligible Czech words rolling by in the night in the form of colorful storefront signs and billboards as we pass through small ...
... get us the ride up the hill to the Telcin Tower. Had the best views up there. It's a tower built as a replica of the Eiffel Tower, and including the considerable hill that it sits on, is the same height as its Parisian friend. It was fun climbing it and we met a friendly family from Holland who chatted as we had lunch of the biggest bratwurst ever and couple of dark ales. Time to jump on tram in search of Church of ????? After a couple of hop on hop off to get to the right place, ...
... around some of the German or French foods, Czech was a different kettle of fish entirely! Had traditional Czech goulash and ribs for dinner, while the ice hockey was on the telly - bonus! And we struggled to breathe in the smoke filled pub. Followed it up with a few beers back at the hostel, drinking cheap beers out of plastic cups was like being at a uni party or something.
Had Pavel to guide us around town on a walking tour the next day, after ...