Hotel Pod Lipkami
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... 9th, and today is the start of our long awaited Dalmatian cruise. Right after breakfast, we went out for a stroll by the port to check out our boat Nikola. But it wasn't there yet. We took a leisurely walk along the promenade and sat at a bench overlooking the bay. Then from a distance we saw a handsome boat with shiny wood sidings gliding in. And there it was our boat the Nikola! We checked in the boat early and left our luggage to do some more exploring at ...
... with him about how her smile and her eyes are beautiful, and then later regret not giving him money because he thought she was really lovely. We did however give our left over street food (sausage and cabbage and potato yummmm) to another homeless guy. Dogs are everywhere and can go on all public transport (this should be legal everywhere). We also found a 15 week old French bulldog named Rocky who contributed to this being a bloody brilliant ...
... asked some why it hadn't stopped at our stop. A man in the corner says in an urgent voice "Get off now." So we didn't argue and got off. Turns out we had hopped on an Intercity train and were bound for Utrecht or somewhere! I put that down to jetlag. 2. Check that the train has actually reached your destination before you get off. We were coming in to Munich and people in the carriage were standing up getting their luggage ready, so we did too. You have to ...
... also has cheap tourist stall all along its length. That plus the sheer number of tourists makes it more of a task than a pleasure. We rubbed the brass plate on one of the statues so we can now go back to Prague and our deepest wish will come true.
Off the bridge and a walk to the Old Town Square for the last time where Jean ...
Today we took slept in and toured around the Palace in the afternoon. We took one of the electric street trams up the hill and walked through each of the main courtyards. We went into the main cathedral, saw the changing of the guard, and walked down the "golden lane".
The palace is supposed to be one of the biggest castle's in the world. The St. ...