Design Merrion Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... need to get a hair cut, I do not have much hair for sure, but what I have I like to keep neat, do I just wait until I get home or find a barber in Prague! In this modern world few barbers exist in Prague city, it is full of up market hair saloons with beautiful photos of the most Glamorous models with the latest styles. Young hairdressers all women fill these places, what to do hey? I decide I will ask in a very nice saloon in a big shopping centre, I ask the 20 something do you ...
... that the majority of the newcomers heard free beer tasting and thought it meant free beers for everyone. We got about 2 beers in to the tasting (getting barely a mouthful each) before most of the newcomers realised this wasn't the sort of party they thought it was going to be and left. To my dismay the obnoxious, loud and very rude Dutch guy sitting next to me stayed.
The Dutch girls from the previous night kept laughing that ...
... which actually makes it all one massive complex. This is still a working castle in the sense that the President of Czech Republic operates his offices and the country out of the castle buildings. There is also a huge cathedral within the castle grounds, which overlooks a very scenic backdrop of the main city of Prague. From the castle we were driven over to the old Jewish ghetto and heard some of the history of that area, as well being led into the ...
... from the Vitana River, next door to where Vaclav Havel grew up and lived for many years. Previously occupied by a 19th-century townhouse, the parcel stood vacant for decades after the 1945 bombing of Prague.
It is an office building with art galleries on the lower levels and a restaurant and observation deck on top of its swirling forms. Constructed of 99 individually-formed ...
... for months. I enjoyed the beer more than in NZ (perhaps because here it’s necessary to break down the meat and cheese!?). Though I could keep eating their pastries forever.
- It’s not really clear if we traveled anywhere in Eastern Europe afterall! It’s apparently not a sexy categorization that the ex-Soviet occupied ...