Residence Green Lobster
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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This Saturday we are heading to ITALY! I am super excited. We will be in Rome for three days, Florence for two days, and Venice for 2 days. I know - rough life, right? :) Look out Italy, here come the Graysons! After we return my little sister, Abby, and her boyfriend's family, the Gaileys, are coming for a visit. We are very much looking forward to showing them Ulm, and spending time with them!
Well, that's all for now, y'all!
... cultural norm and so I asked a local Czech I met. He told me that during the horrible times in Prague (Nazis, Communists, etc.) you had no idea who was who. The Czech people were so afraid to talk to strangers, because if they said the wrong thing to the wrong person, that was it. So, they began to develop a very hard exterior and stopped being friendly with strangers. Once I realized this, I began to appreciate this way of behaving and I have tried really hard to ...
The long awaited mtb adventure in Prague. Despite tiredness I woke up early like Xmas day. After missing the bus by 15 seconds, yet another walk across to Chodov and onto the metro to Vysehrad. After yesterday, it seemed like home.
A seamless arrival and check in saw me onto a Giant Trance 27.5". It was a great bike, about half the cost of mine at home but got up and down all the hills fine. Maybe I spend too much on bikes?
This ride was incredible ...
... to watch the Astronomical Clock, which was built in 1410, strike the hour. The figure of Death, a skeleton, rings a bell, and there is a parade of the Apostles, then a rooster crows. It is fantastic, and a big crowd gathers each hour to watch it.
We walked across Charles Bridge, which was built in 1357. It is lined with statues, and religious symbols at which many people stopped to pray. Or take a ...
... some time. Prague castle complex houses many buildings and St Vitus cathedral is the one that dominates the skyline. People commonly refer to the cathedral as the Prague castle but the Prague castle refers to the entire complex and not the cathedral itself. St Vitus cathedral is a Roman Catholic Church. It is a gothic masterpiece and the spiritual symbol of the Czech state. The interior of St Vitus cathedral is beautiful, with ...