Hotel Parkhotel Pruhonice
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... school, but everyone has been ridiculously welcoming, most being Aussies which give us an instant bond. The 6 of us newbies (the "gang" which we have repedetly called ourselves) were friends instantly and our support system was made. 2 of the newbies were girls that are staying in our room, an Aussie/moved to London teacher and a Canadian/moved to London teacher...Yep all teachers in the hostel room. Lots of laughs and instant selfies. The ...
... the Metro which we could have caught all the way there but we took the guides advice and got off at Hlvany Ndrazi the main train station and purchased a ticket on the EC train to Hamburg! Only one stop though and when we got off we found a pretty empty train station while looking for the bus to Terezin. We found the stand no. 7 for the bus but according to the schedule written in Czech the next one was not due for around an hour. Anyway the bus never turned ...
... and followed through with it. There's a huge feeling of achievement each time I made it through another country, and through another set of problems I had to solve each and every day. It truly was a mission each day to locate places, find food, take transportation, communicate, find accommodations, and remember to never take anything for granted. I have to say, fortunately, I really never came across any co knish actions that I ...
... it. Our first day in Prague was busy. We caught the number 22 tram up to the castle and spent 3 hours there...easily. So much to see and meander around. We then walked back towards the city center enjoying the spectacular views on the way. We took a boat ride on the river which was great although it couldn't go far upriver as there is a disassembled bridge preventing boats crossing (unless you go through the lock). We then walked over the Charles ...
... We did however, go inside the St Vitus's cathedral which was very impressive and took over 600 years before it was completed. It took so long to build because they started building it in the 1300's then stopped during the holy war and didn't start again until the 1800's and was finally completed & consecrated in 1929. It's very interesting to see the blocks on the outside of the cathedral, you can see where they started building, and the newer blocks from when it has been ...