Park Holiday Congress & Wellness Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
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... all about death (super interesting) as well as the most amazing exhibition of (stuffed animals) which was just the coolest to walk around. We have concluded that maned wolves are just the weirdest deer dogs and that we are never going swimming in japan for fear of the nightmare monster spider crab things you can find there. After a wifi break we returned to the old town square which we had hastily fled earlier in the day due to the unbelievable crowds and people who ...
I'm so funny, I know. So, I'm back from Prague! Another adventure for the books. I've been going to so many places during this trip that I never thought I would go, which is why I love studying abroad in Italy. I never had much interest in Eastern Europe, but having been to Hungary and the Czech Republic now, I'm learning that it's definitely not a region of Europe that I hate! Budapest and Prague seemed very similar actually. Same type of food, walkable ...
... running and running as fast as possible to escape the scary creature. But then he thought to ask the giant what he wanted and it turned out he just wanted directions. At that point in his dream, Kafka climbed up on the giant's shoulders and directed him to where he wanted to go. Now this nightmare has a permanent sculpture in the city of Prague.
Declan pointed out the Charles bridge, of course thought of by the same Roman Emperor who named the university ...
... first building built by Prince Wenceslas around 927. The current building was commenced in 1344 and took bat 600 hundred years to finish. As it was Sunday the church was closed to tourists until 12:00pm for services and there were so many tourists queuing to get in we gave it a miss. Stumbled upon a small toy museum with a number if interesting displays which included more Barbie Dolls than I thought could ever have been made, they were there by ...
... gold leaf, plush blue upholstery. We were quite the royalty.
The concert was fun, several arias by Mozart including the Magic Flutie. This time accompanied by wind instruments. A nice comparison to the string instruments at the Mozart Dinner/Concert in Salzburg.
For our last night in Prague we went out to the Charles Bridge, as we did 3 years ago, drank champagne and ate chocolates. There were lots more people this time, but it was still ...