Hotel Parkhotel Pruhonice
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Begin day with relaxing train ride to Vienna. But first were reminded of why this country has no money issues. Were greeted at Prague station by scores of Middle Eastern refugees. Really makes you stop and think, we have it so good. After that we realized all we had on us were dollars and crowns the currency of Prague but no euros a.k.a. the currency of Vienna! Taxi drivers won't accept anything ...
... post is confusing. I personally did not know much about Czech history, so the tour was fascinating, but I've been trying to digest everything I learned and re-tell it for you while piecing together the parts he left out. Anyways, Czechslevacia was formed in 1918 and they're known as very passive people, but ended up being a part of devastating wars, the 30 year war, WWII and the Cold War. The Czech Republic was created in 1993, so if you were living from 1918-1993 ...
... point in the St. Barbara Cathedral grounds to see the Kutna Hora township and then a small walk down the side of the museum through the town. See the pic. Next stop was the Italian Court. This is also known as the Mint. This is where the silver was brought too and made into coins. There was a beautiful statue which was a water fountain of a man carrying the silver on his head in the middle of the courtyard. We watched a short video on ...
... slept for a couple of hours by mistake, that goulash I had for dinner was to blame, the type of food that makes you sleepy. I want to catch some of the free jazz. It's pretty cool watching the world go by listening to jazz. There is seriously so much I want to do here but I'm on a budget, well I'm skint! Any I head back to the hostel armed with diet coke so I don't have to play escape from Alcatraz ...
... gruesome & untimely deaths at the order of a family member. St. Vitus was no exception having been boiled to death in oil by his father (a pagan who objected to Vitus' conversion to Christianity and desire to take others with him). The 'dance' refers to the hopping & jumping the poor guy did trying to escape his doom, to no avail. We may need to take a church touring break for a few days. . ...