Pension U Lilie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Meal plan
- Pets allowed
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... had our lunch in the shade of the church of the knights of Malta. This area seemed to abound in music schools as we walked we heard flute, cello, voice, bassoon all practicing their scales and arpeggios.
It was hot and sunny and we sat for a while in a little garden below the terraced, palace gardens (flute and bassoon) where there was a nice breeze before slowly making our way past ...
... and we noticed that there was quite a group of people milling around a local business and we were not thrilled to see that this time we didn't have a railway line beside us but a night club! And just as we hit the hay at around midnight it started up.....and carried on until 6.30am! And this was only Wednesday, still Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights to ...
... her. He got back a message saying she now felt awkward and she loved her boyfriend. Funny though!
Our last morning in Prague was uneventful as we said goodbye to all the friends we had made over the last couple of days and exchanged some of the photos we took. Catching a 1pm train for Berlin Isaac had a second whoopsie moment. He had left his train ticket back at the hostel (at 60 euro a pop, they were not cheap either) and quickly bought another. What topped it ...
... not really offer Ludmila an extended family. So he decides to go and meet his foster parents and bring them to meet Ludmila. Ludmila's husband was brought up by the "Circus Folks" they traveled from one town to another. They are very happy to see him and know of his marriage. When he pesters them about his biological parents they tell him the truth about them- he is thrilled and travels back as fast as he can to give Ludmila the good news after all he's not ...
... SB) for dinner and late night crepes in the Old Town Center, followed by a stroll over the famous Charles Bridge. We watched the clock strike midnight and called it a night as the rain started to become more heavy and constant.
The next day we caught the tram to the Brevnovsky monastery for lunch before catching the tram to the Castle/ cathedral complex.The food and drink equalled the ambience. We only had time to tour the Cathedral, before ...