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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... pub. It was here that we found out that the Czech Republic really is the beer capital of the world! The pub we visited was part of the beer ‘alliance’ - and had over a dozen beers on tap. Happy days indeed! We settled ourselves in the basement and Kathy ordered us a round of ‘small’ beers (300ml so not too small) and some Czech ‘tapas’ - which she described as something small to eat with beer. Now if what we demolished was something small ...
... about how well we had prepared our class for this tour, having assigned Gustav Meyrink's Golem story to read for today). On the other the memorial in the Pinkas Synagogue to the 80,000 Czech Jews who died in the Holocaust was very moving.
We ended our day with a sunny, relaxed walk along the Vltava, watching people paddle boat and enjoy the beauty. Feeling so lucky that tomorrow is an equally full day with these wonderful people in this amazing city ...
Prague, Czech Republic was our next stop and I was so excited! I hadn't heard much about this city so I had no expectations. We arrived at night so we went right to bed, however the next day we were up and ready to start the day! We headed into "old town" to catch yet another free tour by the same company! Old town was the most beautiful square that I have ever seen. Since Easter was coming up, the Easter market was happening and it was a sight to see! There ...
... really enjoyed it. The beautiful cobbled-stone city was full of historic buildings and side streets with tons of unique stores and restaurants.
After walking around aimlessly that night for an hour (mostly because the boys were too arrogant to ask for directions), we found a typical Czech restaurant to eat at. We ordered hot mulled wine (a speciality there) to start the course with. I had the hardest time deciding what to order, but when my meal came out, I knew ...
... hours. We explored the old city as well as the Wawel Castle and its surrounding areas. It was a beautiful tour and we learned many interesting things about Poland and its dynamic history. While we were learning some history in the Renaissance courtyard of the castle our tour guide told us about the Wawel Chakra. We were actually standing just a few feet away from where the chakra layed underneath the ground. He told us to go touch the wall and to feel the energy. There was a ...