Park Inn Hotel Prague
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... the ground below.
... towns of Strasbourg and Colmar, Mulhaus and Stuttgart, returning to the "most American city in Germany" (do the Frankfurters realise this is not a plus?) via another beautiful University town, Heidelberg.
It is not really necessary to outline the why's and wherefore's of the pre-tour developments but the four day bike ride became a two-week adventure which took in much of the above but not the Stuttgart component and ended up with me crossing ...
Drove from Berlin to Prague, past the original Berlin Wall and through country Czech Republic (GPS got lost). Once we arrived we checked into the hostel and then went to the gym. After gym we went and did a pub crawl in Prague, it was really cool. We went to 3 underground bars and a five-story club. After this we came home to ...
With an extra charge payable for the luxury of an air-conditioned apartment, we opted for leaving the windows open overnight. However, when the windows are attic-style tilt windows, the blinds are attached to the frames, therefore, leaving the windows open also means leaving the curtains open. The sunlight streamed into our window just after 5 am and the rubbish collection also seemed to begin very early - no sleep in this morning! Max had left before 4 am, as ...
It is said that Prague is the City of a 100 spires...towers, spires and domed roof tops are everywhere. The landscape is beautiful. The city was once called theGolden City..that is until communism took hold. There is a lot of evidence around that this is perfectly believable. The Czech people are friendly and have excellent English..this is the common language that links many different ...