Hotel Prague Inn
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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... Literally this entire place was empty, there wasn't a person even within yelling distance. I had enough exploring and got out of that murder scene as fast as I could.
The day wasn't a total bust though, I met up with Nikoli and she let me into the gallery she works at ther they were having a big showcase of this man named Revek's art. It was set up beautifully, but I didn't really see what all the commotion was about. just another day of ...
... year, but gets a break and only comes once a week while I am here. she was young and very nice, and tomorrow she is taking me down town so I can finally see Prague, get my train ticket, and help me navigate through this town. I am so excited because I feel like I will finally get to experience the real culture of this country, since I have really only seen it from a window. I will hopefully get some better pictures tomorrow and post them.
... you who know me well a space to recover from the shock of that statement!! . . . . After dinner Uncle Russell went to bed as he'd been unwell with a flu, but Scott and I returned to the bar where we'd had a cocktail the night before for a hilarious evening and many many more delicious cocktails. It was wonderful to have someone to have a big night with as that's not something I'm wild on doing on my own, and cocktails here are about $5 each. The next day I was not particularly ...
Today we woke up in Berlin packed our clothes had a fantastic spread for breakfast and hopped on the coach for another driving day. Today we are heading to the czech republic, to its capital Prague (Praha). On the way we stopped at Dresden a town that was completely flattened by bombs in the war but was rebuilt and has a lot of character. In the middle of this town stood ...
... out of Salzburg. The most ironic thing we found out when we visited the gazebo used for the "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" scene is that its now locked as an 80 year old injured herself while trying to rein-act the scene by dancing along the seats.
We throughly enjoyed this tour, probably not so much for a Sound of Music elements, but it took us out of a city and into the countryside of Austria, to the beautiful lakes district and to the little Austrian town of ...