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- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV Other Russia
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Pets allowed
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... it best to start heading back. This proved to be a good decision at this time! After all the cobblestone walking our feet were really aching and I was struggling with the heat. I was bright red with a thumping head by the time we reached the hotel….it was further than we remembered.
A cool shower and at 4pm we were in bed with feet up having a snooze, just like a couple of oldies, we jokingly said. Oh it felt so good to be back in the ...
... them in the kitchen and had my welcome beer. They were pretty much all Aussies and were sound. They all went out for some breakfast in the end and I stayed behind because I wasn't that hungry. Shortly after they left for lunch a couple of girls came into the kitchen to have some cereal. I got talking to them and half an hour later we all headed out together to check out the sites of Prague. I've been to Prague twice before so I lead the way around the old town and Charles ...
... to the Cloud 9 Sky Bar. I had the Black Pearl- no idea what was in it, but I had three.Jeanne went out on a limb and had Coronas. The view from the top was spectacular.
Tomorrow is going to be a long day. We pick up the rental car about 9 am, then head south. The plan is to stop at the Bone Church so Jeanne can see it, then head to Valtice, about 3 hours total. Check into the hotel and continue our Southern trek into Vienna to have dinner with our friend Kate. Until ...
... making their way home after work. There was life and activity and for the first time I felt there was more to Prague than just the tonka tourist town or the depressing communist run-down areas. We saw tourist sites the Goldern Angel and Dancing House, and most interestingly, the Ss. Cyril and Methodius Cathedral. We had read about the Cathedral earlier at the War Museum. In 1942, during World War II, the cathedral was the scene of the last stand of a number ...
Early start after a terrific sleep. Today we went on a guided tour of the Terezin Concentration camp. I've read so much about Europe during WW11 and the atrocities of the camps that I couldn't miss the chance to do this tour. The overwhelming feeling I came away with was sadness and horror of what humans are capable of doing to each other. It's one thing to read ...