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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
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... composers, etc. Kafka being one of them. Also, a crazed modern day sculptor named David Cerny who created an interactive installation called "The Womb" in which one can "experience" being birthed. Yes, of course I had too....as documented via pictographic evidence recorded herein. We also toured the Ossuary or Bone Chapel at Kutna Hora. There are people that came to Prague just to check this place out. Wade and I only heard about ...
... to take photo's out of your hotel window, you never know whether you need to show them when the language is a barrier.
Went for a walk today, just outside from the hotel, Peter bought a hat, and we had lunch and watched the world go by, we are situated right in the main CBD, and there was a market about 20 metres from the hotel, so took some more photo's, saw a woman trying to get this beggar to eat some food, she kept stuffing it in his mouth. ...
... a nice, but unexpected treat. We walked through the park down to the middle funicular "station" and then finished taking the funicular back down.
Next stop was the castle. This time, the cathedral was open, and so I was able to ...
... our tour. Now for the Tram back to 'Stalag 13' - again we had very little idea of where to go. But were ably assisted by a lovely Czech girl who was catching Tram 5 as well , she was delightful & chattedo to us. Stopped in on the way home to a Czech supermarket called Kuafland - where we saw a bottle of cannabis vodka!! We didn't buy it!! Quite night in - possibly going to Dresden on Sunday. Hope everyone is well & not rushing too much in getting organised for ...
Well I had to say goodbye to Berlin and after breakfast over to the main station in Berlin to hop on a train to Prague. We traveled through Dresden which was completely destroyed during WWII by the allied bombers. Although I didn't get to see anything, other than the spires of the churches, it has been completely rebuilt from the rubble of the war. It had been cloudy all day until I reached Prague and like magic the sun came out. I ...