Park Inn Hotel Prague
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... able to help her celebrate. Susan and Morris from Sydney are my favourite elderly couple. He is a retired builder and she a retired book keeper. They are having a little trouble keeping up with the pace of the trip but on the whole are doing pretty well. Morris was unwell tonight so Wayne decided to ask her if she wanted to go clubbing with him. She readily agreed having no idea what he meant. She is so sweet. She initially knew him as Wayne but ...
... board a buss to Austria and say our farewells to our brief time spent in Prague, I can't help but feel the excited itch of adventure creep along my spine and I wonder if I could have what it takes to really travel, to leave behind the responsibilities and comforts that tie me back to Cape Town, to live with a bag of spices and earn my way around by working in hostels and moving amongst that family of people in search of something ...
... between the castle and the new parts. The Thirty Years' War was a harsh period for Prague and the Bohemia. Beside rulers being deposed and replaced 27 Czech leaders were executed in Old Town Square and the exiling of many others. Then came the war with the Saxons and Battle of Prague. It began to decline in both population and in status. In the second half of the 17th century Prague's population began to grow again. Jews have been in Prague since the ...
... laying on a bed of red cabbage. A tall mug of beer topped it all off. Delicious! It was interesting that this Prague restaurant had both a smoking and non-smoking area and so we went downstairs to the non-smoking.
It was around 9:00 p.m. when we finished eating and started our trek back to the hotel. We had been told that it was perfectly safe to walk in Prague at night and we found that to be entirely true!
Tomorrow. . . We explore ...
... such as a very old, wrecked house that had apparently become a crack den which was in juxtaposition to an old beautiful church made of dark wood. As we continued on further down the hill we came across a small waterfall with lily pads and a old statue of a man. We settled here for a while while Madz and myself attempted to draw. After some time it started to get more cloudy and we came to the conclusion we should move on as it was more than likely ...