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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... in attendance, this year they said there were 9,000. It has been happening for the last 10 years, very successful . Lots of young people, and so appreciative and attentive. Had a giant screen so you could see the players, the stage was giant and about 40 symphony members. We were about 40 feet away, the sound was awesome. Love outdoor concerts!!!
Took the metro home, not a problem. Awesome night.
Tues. Wed. Thurs.
River walk, you can ...
This is owned by the family I work for. It was land owned by a castle, but during WW2 the land was stolen from the wealthy, eventually sold back to many people, and then completely bought out by the mother I work for, Martina. I got to tour the entire place and was blown away. It is on the most beautiful land, with the most modern, clean and nice stables that I have ever seen in my life. I was lucky because today, there was a wedding on ...
... my belongings to get the train to Prague. When I got to the train station I was a half hour early as for the most part the international trains have been there by that time and you can get in sort your luggage etc. when I arrived the train had not only not arrived, but there was no platform listed and it had been delayed. When the time it was due to depart arrived and still there was no platform listed it was a little concerning but about 10 minutes after it was due to depart ...
Today was a quiet day for Mikhaila as she wad sick and spent the day in bed so I (Jake) went out and explored the world of Prague. First thing to do was to buy some over the counter antibiotics in a spray, I call them Czechbiotics for Mikhaila. Once this was done I thought that it would be a perfect opportunity to wander the streets to see what I could find, I first stumbled across a babushka shop that housed thousands of all different ...
... ended up in a medieval torture museum which was pretty interesting and sickening...then had M and S pasta at the hostel.
Jazz club in the evening! It was very very good, we got in free and there were cheap drinks :D then we went and bought some gingerbread and ended up meeting up with Sams friend Matt again for beers :) I was very tired by then and we ended up getting back at 2am and train was at 1030am so this makes for a an extremely tired Maz!
Off to explore Vienna :D speak soon ...