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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We woke up this morning to a very early alarm set in order to watch the AFL grand final. We had found a cool little sports bar to watch it in called the Lion and Ball who were opening at 6am to telecast the game live which started at 6.30am Prague time. After some dramas trying to order a Czech Uber ride we hailed a taxi out the front of our apartment and arrived before bounce down. 300Kč entry which was a bit steep but included a cooked brekky ...
... courses. The Cz wines both red and white were wonderful. I especially remember a Gruner Veltliner that was paired with raw trout cut up into fine pieces. Asparagus with peas and white radish. Another course chicken liver and heart over buckwheat and a horseradish sauce. Small new potatos with a lite crust of something. Cracklings with poppy seeds. Another course was a honeycomb with a sauce. Another ...
... style foods. I had beef goulash and bread dumplings! Out and about for more walking and a little shopping! We signed up for a tour of the city via Segway for tomorrow! Hopefully no rain!! Our dinner was at a nice Czech restaurant caked Kilvona Original Restaurant where we could choose from the menu! A short walk back to the hotel! Off to bed! Now awake at ...
... bought us to Billa, a big supermarket. We roamed up and down the aisles, vaguely looking for something familiar. I got some strawberries which were delicious, but a lot were oddly shaped. Coles and Woolies wouldn't put them on the shelf because they weren't uniformly perfect.
Of course the local currency is the koruna, about 190 of them equal AUD10, so I was exhausted trying to work of the cost of things. Who cares I ...
Prof. Taylor set up this meeting at the Institute, which is a Czech government-funded venture that aims to study, document, and disseminate the history of both the Nazi and Soviet totalitarian regimes in the Czech lands. They do a lot of work with school curriculums, and also house the archives for the former Czechoslovak equivalent of the KGB (the SB). The head of their education department, Vojtech Ripka gave us an interesting overview ...