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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... note was a busker who played the recorder. This is the second time I have seen someone busking with a recorder over here - last time was in Berlin. Now I am no fan of the recorder - certainly I can play one myself, but is the curse of the school child and the school teacher. Well I have to say this man takes the cake - he was playing the recorder...with his nose. Now that is certainly a skill to be admired, although I ...
... I have no idea what I was saying in return but I was very drunk, Ganzer and I had an immense need to pee, the more we talked about it the worse it was. Eventually we had to relieve ourselves in a bush with a few other guys, poor locals, getting bombarded by six drunken idiots running up to a bush to ****. I had sobered up a tiny bit thanks to the train ride, tonight we are going to the five story night club in the town centre. It isn't quite what I expected. I have ...
... seats in Second Class facing forward. The train showed up bang on time, we climbed aboard Car 257, and instantly found great seats. Awesome! Not so much -_- Eastern European train travel rookies that we are, and with a ticket written only in Czech, we soon discovered we had no place being on Car 257 -- First Class (damn nice car though). Quick, pile off the train and make the mad dash up the track to our car before the doors close! That's ...
... war so there is a fair amount of history remaining. We buy tickets to the 700 year old Old-New Synagogue, built by Christians when jews were not allowed to build! It's a small, 'bomb shelter' like building with wooden chairs all around. The Jewish Torah is concealed behind a curtain. We find a cute restaurant decorated with bikes for a coffee and plan to come back for dinner as prices are good and it has heaps of atmosphere. Wandering by the river, we ...
... 12 and we hadn't even packed! We stepped it out on the way back to the station and did it in 13 minutes - beat the google walking time by 3 minutes! lol.
Got to the platform about 8.45 and there was a train to Prague there. We rushed into a carriage with Prague on the door and were a bit surprised nobody else was in there. Next thing we knew, the train was moving! The sign on the door said CNL/EN 457 Phoenix - I think it was the 8.06 ...