Residence Green Lobster
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... shakers of old and we have reclining leather chairs, with padded footrests and trays that fold out of the armrests. We have been given complimentary drinks and nibbles and are awaiting lunch - fortunately the wine arrived even if the food hasn't as yet. The TV screen in front of me, shows that we are approaching Adamov, having slowed down to100 kph and at 15.15 we will stop at Brno.
Yes, it doesn't mean a lot to me either but I just thought I would ...
... which was closed for lunch so we headed back to the hotel and found they had left me a bottle of champagne and fresh strawberries! (They have been wonderful.)
Barry and I are exhausted so we are grabbing a quick nap and then are heading out for dinner. I'm sure that the time change will hit us hard and we will be in bed early. Tomorrow we have a big day planned at the Prague ...
... working she had arranged for her friend Sander to let us in so we went to his apartment where we met his girlfriend Sacha and they showed us into the apartment. It is a very new place in a nice area not far from the city and we are very happy with it for the 3 nights we will be there. We didn't feel like going into the city for dinner so we found a local snack bar where we had a simple yet tasty meal and then found a nice bar near to the apartment called Milo where we had a couple of ...
... before the crowds. Managed to do so, going along a maze of little streets and squares to get there. Bridge is an impressive 600 years old and has reproductions of 30 statues put there in the 1600's, but they are all very dirty and of little interest to us. Certainly not overwhelmed by it. Walked up through Lesser Quarter, founded in 1257 and the part of Prague least affected by recent history, to Prague Castle. Castle complex is enormous, the largest in the ...
... on during the trip, but only after we entered the border of the Czech Republic. It didn't work the best, but it was better than nothing. The kids were happy, because the games on their iPods worked better. When we arrived in Prague, we had a bit of trouble finding our hotel. It was frustrating and quite tiring. It seems that this is when we all get crabby...arriving in a new place and trying to navigate it ...