Park Inn Hotel Prague
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... so quiet! And we were actually able to walk around and look at things! The stalls weren't that varied, just trdelnik (the rolls of dough), crisps, small wooden magnets, iron bells and wooden Angels. That was about it! Not as good as the Munich markets. Obviously it's more of a German thing. I've never had chestnuts before! So I bought a bag from one of the stalls, 50 czk for a small bag. They were nice and warm to hold, out in the freezing night air. Not so nice to ...
7/1714 We arrived in Berlin after dark, and found a taxi willing to transport ourselves and our bags ( which must be both feeding well and breeding beause they have increaed in size and girth). The Office for our apartments gave us some misgivings because it was up two old fights of stairs, the lift was not working, the lights inside were dim, and when I reached what I thought was the office doors, they were bolted shut. However, we eventually found our ...
... meal at the hostel and went to get another Czech beer. Canada girl packed because she is going to Berlin today. She joked that I could come with. I hate always saying goodbye after one day.
Day 4: So This morning I woke up and I decided that if her friend has a place for me to sleep, ill go to Berlin with her today. She invited me, might as well go for it. So I wont get my hopes up but I did pack up my stuff. Ill keep you all updated on this.
Peace Love and BONES
... all semester though as we had a huge family style dinner with some of Army's friends. Each person was responsible for a different dish so Army and I made the chicken parm (and eggplant parm for one of the girls), Harry made Spaghetti Carbonara, Rachel made Salad, another one of his roommate's girlfriend and her roommates made dessert and brought the drinks. It was a great way to end an amazing trip and like always, it had plenty of stories that I am never gonna ...
... list of questions to ask Peter [involving group members]!
Went into the Czechoslovak Huttite Church. It was small but had a decent interior, the regular pews blocked off.
Into the Gothic Our Lady Before Tyn church, Roman Catholic. No pix allowed is always an annoyance.
To the meeting place for the 1100 free tour, 6 of the girls there [but Catherine doing another tour]. Rose asked me for my best Aussie accent since I had the Wallabies' jersey ...