Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... her docile and obedient at the drop of a hat.
Without doubt though, the best and most memorable attraction I experienced in Prague was a Black Light Theatre performance. I’d been advised to have a few beers before I went in, and having done so, sat down in a near empty theatre and waited patiently for the show to start. I had absolutely no idea what I was about to witness. As far as I could tell from the show’s pamphlet, it was loosely based on ...
... where death was often present as a skeleton waltzing off to the afterlife with the deceased’s soul. This art served as a reminder that every moment may be our last, and to cherish the moment you have since it is all you truly have. The past is unchangeable and the future is not guaranteed. We have here. We have now. That is all we have.
Dan Millman said it perfectly; “There is never nothing happening. There are no dull moments”. ...
... was finished. Before hopping off the bus again, our guide mentioned In Prague alone there are approximately 150 religious buildings. In the 2011 Czech census, 80% of the people identified themselves as atheist. Now most churches no longer hold any kind of service and in fact, to see the interior, you must pay an entrance fee! No congregation, no funds, no services… He said this isn’t necessarily due ...
... longer for, as they weren't quite ready yet, but it was so fresh and delicious! We couldn't find a way to let them know we couldn't vote, but we did find out that if you don't vote, they'll send a letter asking why, and with a valid reason, we won't get fined. So that will hopefully work out! After breakfast we walked down the street to the square in the middle of the old town, where we joined up with one of the free walking tours. We were a few minutes late, so ...
... last thing desired. Perhaps it makes dating easier. Never much liked that word either, come to think of it. Though it does seem appropriate pertaining to the hook up habits of wooly woofers. Fair enough. I just call people wee tussocks and add to the general confusion.
'You do not need to leave your room. Remain sitting at your table and listen. Do not even listen, simply wait, be quiet still and solitary. The world will freely offer itself to you to ...