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- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV Other Russia
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Pets allowed
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... watching other tour groups and had a trial on a Segway. We then wandered across and located a church our you guide had recommended. It was stunning inside. The painted ceilings and golden statues made this far superior to the Sacre Coure in Paris. We wandered back to motel after grabbing an art piece reminder of the city. A beer in the cobbled street while listening to a 3 piece band next door. I so love this hotel, street, ...
... before we can sleep. Interesting side note... in the bathroom at the airport they have one of those old school loop towels that you kind of all use together. The only place I've ever seen one of those is in movies where people go to really shady dive bars, or gross hotels. So now add to that illustrious list the Air France lounge in Paris... More to come later. ...
... dessert cream..weird) and bread dumplings....dumplings are odd over here! A ridiculous amount of people smoke here, the restaurant non smoking area was a tiny outdoor undercover area that seated around 15 people, the smoking area was indoors and seated around 50. The roads and paths all seem to be cobbled which gives you a new found respect for all the girls cruising around in heels casually during the day. Our first full day in the city and we head off ...
... in to 4 quadrants: Old town (Stare Mesto) New town (Nove Mesto) the Little Quarter (Mala Strana) and the Castle Quarter (Hradcany) connected by a series of bridges. Our apartment is located in the Little Quarter - a short walk to the Charles Bridge. As mentioned in our email, arriving at the apartment was a schlemozal - being shuttled back and forth between buildings until we arrived at the correct location yet again. Lucie was very apologetic and provided a small discount. Still ...
... stands and caricature drawing kiosks - kind of too bad that the tourism is so "right in your face." Ah, capitalism at its finest.
In the evening, we headed out for a walk around town. It really is nice to see all of the stalls selling food, thousands and thousands of people walking around, and all of the places to eat. One odd thing is that this city has more Italian places to eat than any city we have ever been in (and this ...