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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... it over an open flame. Just to keep pace with this bad dietary choice, I made too many meals out of the sausage and sauerkraut on offer.
Fifth impressions- Czechs are justifiably proud of their beers but they tend to give new meaning to the term 'power drinking'. They drink a lot (apparently more beer per capita than any other nation in the world including neighbouring Germany), and they drink everywhere and at any time of the day. In 1951, Prague ...
... and belly wouldn’t allow it so we had lunch on the street corner at the same Mexican restaurant we did the first time in Prague.
We went back to the hostel room and stayed there until dinner which we had at the hostel again and we went back to bed and watched a tv show (which I wont name) and tried to sleep.
We had a nap in the middle of the day and this time we both heard that enormous woman trying to suck in all the air of ...
... s something about those gothic spires towering above you that forces you to stop and stare. This morning was spent scraping our scattered clothes off the dorm-room floor and shoving everything back into our packs. We're flying over Germany now on our way to Bergen, and I can see endless acres of farmland from the window. The next week is going to be very busy because we're hopping all over Norway, never staying anywhere for more than two nights. I hope the fjords are worth ...
... checked in. The hotel was very small, only eight rooms, but the lobby and upstairs were lavishly decorated with several paintings and sculptures. Our room was wonderful. It had a tempurpedic mattress, with robes and footwear for use in the spa downstairs. The bathroom was huge, equipped with a very nice tub and shower, as well as a bidet and toilet. The room had access to a patio with a few tables and chairs, overlooking a courtyard with vines growing all ...
... your toes and your wearing two pairs of thermal socks and Timberlands you know it’s cold.
After dinner we headed back to the hotel. I thought I knew best and took us on a shortcut in what quickly became an increasingly seedier area. Thank goodness there was two of us or I might have panicked when the half dressed older woman with a pitbull hissed at us through her broken greying teeth. After escaping the mini ...