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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... N2N. The police came over because the neighbours called them. ****ers. Whatever, I didn't end up getting charged at all!
- with mom, we went to the beerfest and I went around with her a few times. mostly for dinner cuz I had that intensive course going on.
... we had to lean forward onto the padded railings to see the action, which was fine, but in the second half it was tempting just to let my head drop onto my arms, sleep, and enjoy the music (I feared I would snore so resisted the temptation). The performance lasted 3 hours including a 20 minute interval, the singing was superb and acting equally emotive. My first opera experience and a great way to cap off a fantastic weekend.
... Stores. ( these small red brown timber shacks are a delight all over Europe, selling gluhwein, -mulled wine, beer, waffles and crepes with chocolate, fudge, and various wares. In other cities they were pulled down on the 12th day of Christmas, a sad sight to see, as the Ice rinks were chopped up and ice slowly melts on the pavement. Here in Prague they are in moderately full swing, although you have the impression they will be dismantled sometime soon.) Tourist ...
... communism fell throughout Eastern Europe, and the Czechs, with fashionable and 'oh-so-80s' mullets, started to arrive in the NHL as premier hockey players. OK, OK. The world isn't really all about hockey.... well, except during the playoffs.... The Czech Republic is still a young country - which in a way is ironic when one looks around a sees so much history - with less than twenty years since the modern state was formed. Czechoslovakia under ...
... places in and around Prague. And seeing a lot of these places, and meeting a lot of its people, is really what being here is about.
First off, by the end of the first week, I went and visited Karlstejn Castle, a location about 45 minutes outside of the city. I went with my friend Helen, hopping aboard my first ever train ride (yep, I've never been on a train before). We came across a small tavern right outside the town leading to the castle, and as we sat ...