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Travel Blogs from Prague
... we've seen, what we do back home, the usual small talk. Then she asked if I wanted to go grab a bite to eat with her, to which I replied of course. So we set off to find a restaurant. We settled on one just down the road, I can't remember the name let alone pronounce it. Katherine insisted that if we had a drink we'd feel better ( she was in about the same shape as I was ). So she got a glass of whiskey, I went with a shot of vodka. It helped a bit, really did ...
... we learned our lesson the first time...
A stones throw away from the station, we arrived at the Boscolo Autograph Collection hotel, a 5-star resort by Marriott. Formerly a royal palace, your steps echo off the marble floors as you gaze all around at the decorative ceilings and gold trimmed artwork. Boasting a world class spa, pool, steam room, and sauna, it goes without saying that this is certainly a couples retreat for those willing to shell out the coin. ...
... of them moved (Shock).
We came upon a curious streets of small houses. For my mom a reference she'll understand the wee people house's. Kafka had finished The Castle in a blue one, to who's door I was taller than.
Then it was a quick change and then to listen Jazz. The singer was not bad, twrilly for my taste but over all pleasant. Sarah fell asleep at dinner.
The night ended in a down pour soaking us through the cobbled streets.
... The apartment in Berlin came to about $85 US/day and the one in Prague a bit more than that (and more central). Next week, we will travel to smaller towns in eastern Germany and the apartments there will be 35 Euros/night so maybe about 50 USD. Food, well you can eat high end and pay a lot or eat at cheaper places; with prices similar to the US. Supermarkets, the same. Some items will be more, others less. I like that the "everyday" items here wold be like ...
... the infamous words,
"I was alive and I waited, waited
I was alive and I waited for this.
Right here, right now, there is no other place I'd rather be
Right here, right now, watching the world wake up from history"
I found myself losing the battle against the tears I had been damming inside me. We grabbed some dinner and headed to bed, happy from our wanderings but slightly subdued and profoundly impressed by the spirit of the people whose home we were now briefly ...