BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Majestic Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Free airport shuttle
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Too tired...Bullet points:
Everything arrived in one piece
So many security check points. Only had to go through security three different time.
I think this is the first time I have been awake for more than 24 hours so yay.
The guy next to me on my Toronto to Vienna flight tried to get my window seat. I karate chopped him with …
As we neared our destination, I took some photos of a city below, correctly predicting that I was gazing down on Prague. Although it appeared as if we had overshot the mark, we eventually circled back, landing just a little ahead of schedule (around 1:30pm). A chauffeur awaited us, holding up Michael's surname to identify himself as our driver. A twenty minute drive brought us to our hotel, Deminka ...
... last route of the day (it passes the brewery, modern shopping center and miniature railroad). They dropped us off at Wenceslas Square and we walked back toward old town. Unbelievably it was time for another meal. With map in hand Bob led us roundabout the Old Town to a place we had read good reviews for - Pepe Nero. It was in upscale Italian. They had the best pizza with local hams / meats. The book only had one star but we gave it four! Our final pass through Old Town on ...
... hotel because more and more interesting places were waiting for us. When we checked in and put our luggage into our luxury room, first place that my mum and my aunt wanted visit so desperately was shopping centers in Prague that was only few minutes from the King Scourt. It sounds crazy but almost everyday we spend 3-5 hours shopping. The explanation for these was easy: cloths in Czech Republic was cheaper and more modern. ...
... 90 minutes and took one waaaaay out into the rural area south of Kracow. No one speaks English, there are no shops, there is nothing but houses and farms and the like.
So this is not the time for a **** up.
A gem of useful information bubbles to the top of my mind: the campground is at the highest point in the area - the Todd told me this earlier.
Soon the bus climbs a massive hill and things are looking likely. We go around a corner and after ...