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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... could already go to our room. It was a comfortable and nice room. With not a lot space but just enough for one night. The bathroom was clean and had a nice shower as well. After laying a bit in our bed we decide to go back to the city centre to see something of the beautiful city. We went by foot to the metro station (where we found a Starbucks and had to stop for a coffee) and took the metro to the nearest stop near Prague Castle. To be honest we ...
... during that period that people hardly knew what was going on just outside of the city, let alone in another country. Access to learning English was extremely limited but she managed to learn the English language by listening to Beatles records owned by foreigners working in the hotel. (One of her favorite songs was "It's a Hard Days Night".)
She talked about all the ways that the Communists worked to control society. For example, ...
... gorge. However that day it rain heavily continuously so we didn’t do much in sightseeing. Everything was prepared to partake of a walk through the Ebbor gorge too but with the rain tipping down as it was my humans chickened out.
We made our way back towards Arundel stopping to see the Cherhill ‘white horse’, one of many such ‘drawings’ that can be found on the hillsides of the downs. This one is not all that old, only from ...
Tough one but if you've read or enjoyed the Da Vinci Code you may be well on the way. These two inscriptions are 2 of 3 on a monument of thanks erected by survivors of the plague that devastated Prague (no more details just in case they can be located on the web!). The translation is not important here. The question is when were ...
This morning we caught the metro across to the New Town (noting that the new town was built in the mid 1300s so its really not that new!) and headed for St Wenceslas Square (which is not a square, but a very long rectangle!!). The National Museum sits at the top of the Square, as does a statue of St Wenceslas. Then there is a very long park type area running down the street (with cars either ...