Wellness Hotel Step
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... money exchange: Dollars for Zlotys. We dealt. I made a few extra bucks in Zlotys, he probably made out like a bandit in Dollars. American dollars were like gold bars in that place back then. When Communism collapsed in 1989, the free market took over and Prague became a gotta-see destination for tourists. But even before Russia in 1945 and Hitler before that, Prague has always had the reputation of being ancient and ...
... still a long way from the hotel.
As we stood outside the subway station looking lost and confused, a young guy came up to us and offered to help. Turns out he is an American teaching ESL in Prague. He was great and got us on the tram that took us to the hotel.
First off - The desk manager at the ibis Hotel, Tomas, was excellent and helpful. For us English speakers in Prague, Tomas was Gold!! The rooms were clean and ...
... in the US tomorrow, probably tired, but definitely enriched, exhilarated and grateful. It has been a joy and an honor to be on this trip with this great group of people, and Prof. Taylor and I are proud of how they handled themselves and represented Skidmore and the US abroad. We love you, ducklings !
We are grateful to all of you for following our adventures ! You must all come to Prague yourselves and fall in love with it like we have !
... camps and the kids drew and painted what they saw. It's amazing that the drawings survived to tell the children's story. Our group met again, and for the last time, for a private tour of the Lobkowicz art collection and a dinner in the palace. It was a great tour because it tied in with the art and history that we had seen and heard during other parts of the tour and the dinner was delicious and a nice ending to the ...
... on the ground and it was time for a coffee. Czech prices are normally cheaper than Germany, but in downtown Prague there are pretty much the same. It does take a while to get used to the currency conversion of 1€ = 25CZK. It is the first time I’ve been in a country with such a wildly different rate.
We took a short walk around the Jewish Quarter which takes up a large chunk of downtown before coming back to the Main Square for dinner. We read ...