Hotel Suite Home Prague
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We flew off Thessaloniki to visit one of the most beautiful cities of Europe, Prague!A city famous not just for its architectural beauty but also well known as a cradle of music. Prague welcomed us with sunny skies, making it so much easier to get to know it better.
Our accommodation choice was the apartments of Hotel Suite Home Prague, a four …
... reflect on everything, I can say that I travelled a whole lot during the past 4 months. 10 new countries, approximately 25 new cities. Met a lot of amazing people and discovered a whole lot in central and eastern Europe.
Now that it's all done, I kinda miss it.
but do I regret anything? Nope. It was fun. The kind of fun that will be hard to forget and I'm glad I did do. The kind of fun that you can't have when you're too old.
I'm glad I did this.
... numerous free drinks, fruit, and bars. On finishing we were presented with a medal each, and a silver cape (thermo jacket). I then quickly made my way to the FREE MASSAGE tables, thank goodness for physio students Anna! and then to the portable showers which were surprisingly good, before watching others cross the finish line.
An incredible experience which wont be forgotten any time soon.
Sunday bought a change of pace as I ...
... functional, not especially comfortable. No WIFI which is the norm so far on trains, despite the web site claiming WIFI access on trains. Might be accessible on Superior Class seats. We had a cabin to ourselves to spread our suitcases in. Prague main station (Praha HLN) was confusing. Although we had tried to brush up on Czech while travelling, I for one could not retain any of it. Much harder than French, or German. We had been warned about taxies ...
... thanks but we won, so there.
Walking into the first synagogue, the Pinkas, all the walls are white with writing on them from the floor to the part where it curves up into Gothic arches. This extends through the entire synagogue. The writing is divided into sections according to the town or area in Bohemia from where the people came. Family names followed by individuals. All who perished under Nazi rule. It is incredibly powerful and made me cry ...