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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... gothic churches in Central Europe. Construction began in 1388, but due to a number of interruptions (war, closure of the silver mines etc) it wasn’t fully completed until 1905. It was pretty amazing, with it’s tent like roof and beautiful windows that were painted to appear like stained glass. It was also huge - so big it is sometimes confused with a Cathedral. After the church we strolled through the town to the Italian Court. This building was the central ...
... flight.......Had to make a toilet stop or there would, without doubt, have been another drama to deal with. We run to the check in desk and the conveyor belt is not working......that didn't take long to sort out and we are heading towards the gate with our boarding passes in hand.
We board the plane and sadly the Air Hostess noticed Paul struggling to put one foot in front of the other and me carrying both our carry on bags.
I had to explain his ...
... Good Kind Wenceslas") in 1295 and in which 260 inhabitants had been given the rights to brew beer, formed a citizens' brewery in the late 1830's, brought in the young German brewer Josef Groll and in 1842 unleashed the cold lagered, pale-coloured Pilsener on the world. It was not the first of its type but combined with a series of fortuitous circumstances in the Old and New Worlds soon generated great acclaim and was the prototype pilsener/lager upon which most most ...
... and opportunity to come to Prague highly recommend a stay. Germany was nice as always. Istanbul highly recommend as well. I will definitely have to consider coming back. And for all you world travelers highly recommend turkish airlines as well. If your layover is over 10 hours they put you up in a nice hotel w/breakfast and shuttle you to and from airport. You do have to have a visa but it takes 5 minutes and $20 on the internet to get an ...
... much needed coffee and breakfast. We hung out and talked for as long as we could, but Fiona had a flght to China to catch and I had my train to Prague to catch. So we hugged, shook hands, shared contact information, and went our separate ways. As much as I'd like to stay in Berlin and hang out with all the people I've met, my journey must move on. I got to the train station a little bit early, which was nice because the place was huge and I wasn't exactly sure where I was going. ...