Lovely Prague Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... close…or so we hoped.
As we were sitting down on the tiled barrier trying to figure out whether we stay or not, things were starting to get closer to action and we still had no idea what it was. Finally, they were set for the scene when we heard them yell something in Czech followed with ‘Action’. A car came screaming in front of us followed by a police car and out jumped 2 guys and a girl. Instantly, Leesh realises one of the guys is a ...
... autobahn it was not. Add that to the crazy GPS lady and I am surprised Louise didn't have a stroke while she was driving.
But we arrived, realised we had truly come into a new city when we hit the cobblestoned roads and had to start dodging the trams. In the old part of town the roads - you guessed it - are very narrow. We typed in the hotel's address and arrived in a narrow lane close by. Helen and I wandered into the ...
... of our crazy night on the bus, we decided to have our very first do nothing day. We made it to our hostel and stayed there all day. It was amazing! I didn't even realize how much I needed that. Our first real day experiencing Prague was Saturday. I found a free walking tour and we decided to check it out. We spent 3.5 hours walking around old town, new town, and the Jewish district of the city with our guide Katerina. She is originally from Belarus but moved here eight years ago ...
... by children and by adults, that told the real story in stark, bleak drawings. Most unsettling was the crematorium ovens. Perhaps it was my imagination, but the smell of death was still present, after all these years.
Upon our return to our hotel we met our fellow OAT travelers at an orientation meeting, then had a very lively dinner at a local restaurant, sampling our first Pilsner of the trip.
... below them, a lesson in medieval morality is enacted by Greed, Vanity, Death and the Turk. However look a little longer and try and figure out the complicated zodiac figures on the clock's face, reputedly there are some occult mysteries encoded in them.
So what this all means is that there are a lot if figures moving and bells are ringing once an hour. There’s even a live trumpeter who does ...