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We stayed in a modern hotel last night with air conditioning, so had a good night's sleep. It was an Ibis Budget with the shower and hand basin in the room. You couldn't see through the glass. It made the room seem a bit bigger. There was a bunk bed, sideways above the double bed. NOT a good idea as I hit my head twice (yes, I'm a slow learner). …
... redevelopment and other open space planning efforts, and other incredible planning projects they've undertaken in the last 18-months since the organization was established. Also visited the planning exhibition all about the Metropolitan Plan on display at the Old Town ...
... up four flights of worn stairs to an attic area. The house is home to a family of artists. The attic has a bar, surrounded by their paintings, and a piano in the corner. We drunk wine, ate pastries, and someone played the piano, as we chatted to very friendly Czechs. It’s still legal to smoke inside, so we also got our share of second-hand smoke.
... back, I attempted the dessert buffet, which unsurprisingly was only a plate of small pastries – not the homemade apple strudel and brownie listed on the menu.
Still with another 40 minutes or so on board floating idly alongside the real jazz boat, we managed to finalize our plan to head to Vienna and the next few days of sightseeing. (and I made an origami boat, so not a total loss)
... had a different type of music. The first floor was salsa music, the second techno, and the third floor (which was actually the basement) was pop. We had a great time dancing, and made it back to the dorms in the early morning hours.
Prague is definitely a city that I will be returning to; it is impossible to see it all in less than two days. There are many sculptures, museums, and monuments that I still need to see.