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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... with signs and petitions. You can't really blame the Czechs for being a little nervous about what shena****ns the big guy is up to.
We had lunch on the plaza, I went with a plain old Caprese sandwich and a small honey beer. I did get adventurous and try a small piece of the guys smoked pork knee. That's right, pig knee. It was actually pretty ok, but I still only had a little bit. I have to pace myself.
We wandered down to the Jewish Quarter and saw a lot of ...
... in the central East Germany. Dinner at the Altmarkt (Old Market) for some food and purchases. Today we travelled to Prague in the Czech Republic. Leaving Dresden at 9:00 and arriving in Prague around 11:30. It took us a while it get our bearings and find information, however once we had a map, some local transport tickets we find a bench in a park just opposite the train station to eat our lunch. Then work to how to get to our Appartment. We have a two room Appartment ...
... a snooze. The apartment was a rather strange set up with one bedroom in the lounge, a second in the dining room and the third on its own but next to the kitchen. The Wilson's had the lounge bedroom and so we were all enjoying a drink and a chat there while Leicester slept. Lidka was painting her nails and the lads decided to paint Leicester's toes. One foot was complete and one toe of the second one when he stirred. It took a while til he noticed and then we all had a good laugh. ...
... convince Dale and Michelle to polka to the accordion music. After lunch, a short walk to the National Museum. The National Museum has been site of popular protest and was the location of an outpouring of national grief when President Havel died. We walked through a popular shopping district and then home for a well deserved rest. Steps from our hotel, we came across a bicycle, or should I say a bicycle built for six, that would have helped our sore feet. But who would ...
... heard. We all got very wet and my roof leaked a little.
After tea and cake,they took Fiona to a station. Ed and I got told off by security for parking in front of the station.
We found the campsite but discovered we were almost the only people there. The grass was very long and the loos were locked so they had to use my portapotty. They seemed to sleep quite well and we saw a big ...