Hotel Prague Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Yeah, I don't think my adrenaline levels has been this high since... ...ever? Probably.
I still can't believe what I've just done xD rebooked all my buses and a hostel, added a trip to Brighton (damn, it looks georgeous) to see another concert and got a new plane ticket. I have like a milion things to print tomorrow and I ...
... morning. It was a true delight, nice museum and beautiful work. There was also a video of his life which left me with the impression that this man was a machine, churning out lots and lots of work over his lifetime. Larissa helped select a poster of Princess Hyacinth to come home with us and is now gracing our guest room.
Train home, arriving in time to get dinner at a local cafe with Tim and catch the disappointing end of the U.S. vs. Germany World Cup soccer ...
... will be awash with colour in a few weeks, looking good already. Crowds were growing so cought Tram down,don't know how they go in winter it's very steep but some lovely big grand houses. Stopped in Old Town and had a late lunch , Potato Soup in a whole loaf it was yummy, followed by Strudel and Cream. Kath is going to the Gala dinner tonight so I'm having a quite one with beer & book. We are off on river cruise & dinner tomorrow ...
... also means being patient.Enjoying the process of learning.Enjoying the ups and downs and the little mistakes.or the big ones. I also deal with my own insecurities which show in the dance and the leader feels it.In tango I can not hide.I give everything I have inside.The full package.Yet sometimes it means I have to accept the consequences of the process and emotions that come up .I am grateful for them.Really.But boy ...
... stairs of death where prisons were forced to carry 50kg blocks up the stairs from the quarry to the camp.
We watched a 45 minute documentary which had eye witnesses from the villages and a few survivors recalling the horrors during the holocaust. We then walked around the camp, saw the different barracks, roll-call area, gas chambers, and crematoriums. There was a museum with displays of artefacts from the holocaust including drawing ...