Design Metropol Hotel Prague
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... of $12 CAD for a sausage on baguette with a small lemonade outside the St. Vitus Cathedral. However when I went for dinner at a small local restaurant (far from the main tourist spots), I had a nice sit down meal of Beef Goulash and with the tip it came out to about $8 CAD. All in all it was a really great time, exactly what I expected from a European city with so much history and I'd recommend it to anybody planning travel in Europe! ...
... her stables. If this horse does move, he is going to be in heaven going from this beat up old place, to Martinas stables (that I would even live in as a human). I am meeting up with Nikola tomorrow at lunch for my day off, goign to an outdoor concert with her, and possibly going out for my first night ever in Prague (I will have to take a taxi home though, so this should be interesting)! Anyway, that is a LOT of recapping. Here are some pics! ...
Using Nats 21st trip to Prague as a little test of this whole blogging thing! So Kieran gave me a note to tell me to pack for three days, leave my passport at home and ask no further questions (which I obviously didn't stick to much to Kierans annoyance)... On the 18th June Kieran picked me up, the whole journey I was looking out for signs - where was he taking me? After a lot ...
... their girlfriends/boyfriends/husbands/wife and they don't dance, they rarely bring them to milonga. Who would want to see your other half snugging with someone else?
Learnt that quite a chunk of men started dancing tango because of a woman. They either saw her dancing somewhere outside or inside, met her and she told him she is a dancer, So he started dancing the tango to impress her, to get her and then she was gone..and he stayed :)
... their own party stalwarts - including the embalmed remains of Klement Gottwald, the first communist president and a Stalinist puppet (his remains have since been cremated and buried elsewhere). Even more creepy was the interrogation room in the basement, used by the communist secret poilce and the labyrinth of equipment they used to tap the phone calls of anyone in the city. Most Czechs are happy to have moved on from communism. A giant metronome ...