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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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We decided to catch the 8.30 am train into Prague today as we wanted to take photograph around the areas we visited yesterday in the rain. The rain held off for the walk to the station but by the time we reached the city all the umbrellas were up! Perhaps it is just a passing shower? We had a coffee in the huge book shop in Wenceslas Square in the hope the weather would improve - no luck! So we set off one of us snapping whilst ...
... the two hour drive had been a waste ( which is exactly what I was thinking). So he made numerous phone calls to find somewhere else for us to visit and stumbled upon the Photographic Museum........um........ As it turns out it was rather interesting and the museum was actually the original house of Joseph Siedel, a very famous Czech photographer. But a long ways to go to look through a house! Ah well, all in the name of travel and ...
Wednesday 10th. - Friday 12th. September 2014
Wednesday 10th. September
We arrived in Prague late afternoon and after unloading the Vito and settling into our accommodation, we walked into the city. First stop was an iced cream at the Republic ...
... It can be painful.Emotionally and physically.The other person may be too harsh.Too demanding.Not aware of you.Selfish.Show off.Arrogant dancer or not musical dancer at all.He can be demanding of your time.He can be too macho.I also experienced this.But I handled it well.It was alright. Tango I learnt about is about respect.About being able to share.To accept ourselves and the others.About not seeking perfection but simply have a great time.Play ...
... challenging than it sounds. It’s all set up in total and complete darkness, so you literally can’t see your hand in front of your face; you have to feel your way around and try hard not to walk into someone else or into a piece of furniture or a wall. It was a very strange, interesting, and “eye-opening” experience – at the risk of making a pun in very poor taste. It really gave you an idea of what it would be like to live your life ...