Pension U Lilie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... hand carved furniture and woodwork throughout. It was a great way to start off our time in Prague!
Our first full day in Prague was a bit dreary and rainy, but that seemed to keep most of the tourists inside and so we got to explore the city without the crowds. We started by walking across the famous Charles Bridge. The bridge was completed in 1390 and was made pedestrian only after WWII. It is best known for all the statues that line the bridge on both sides. ...
... perpetrators" in favor of just presenting historical facts and documents and letting people make their own decisions.
We were able to see and handle some of the old SB files, which was really interesting -- lots of interesting discussions about the whole question of surveillance and the technology of surveillance in different societies, including our "free" society, which, as we have recently learned, may not be as free as we'd like from the ...
... hostel boy, David, who maybe was 17 called us a cab and off we went. However, Jazz Dock was packed and not allowing more people in so we were lucky our cab drive was still around. After Melissa having to call David and repeatedly trying to get the cab driver, David and her to agree on where they were going, we headed to Lucerna. Lucerna is an 80s and 90s video dance club. They shown the music videos on a huge screen and a bunch of the and you get to relive your ...
... Merry Xmas to all. Hope you all had a great day with family and loved
ones. Had a pretty casual sort of a day. Cooked up a storm in the
kitchen for lunch. Throw in a couple of bottles of wine, a scotch or
two, and pretty soon we were getting into the spirit of the day.
Lots of people out and about during the evening. The Xmas markets were in
full swing. Restaurants and bars were full. Quite a festive feel to the
Views of the Charles Bridge and the castle before seeing the statue of Charles IV and then going over the bridge, all the way to the Lennon Wall, more a source of graffiti than anything else.
To a bar for the pub quiz! Bought an Intrepid raffle ticket 2E and then everyone participated in the quiz, liberal cheating by most being part of the fun. Somehow I won [27 points], earning a free entry to a tower I have no idea where it is; not to worry.