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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... during the plague, the Hundred Years' War, and was a place the people living in the old Jewish ghetto buried their dead. The space filled up quickly, and peculiarly the monks decided that they'd do some interior decorating with the excess of bones. We have visited many churches and cathedrals in our month and a half in Europe, but the ossuary was the coldest we've been in so far. It was so confronting, the bones of some 60,000 people arranged ...
... up and trying to stay awake for another hour. The highlight of the day was a window seat I had on the train from Munich to Prague. With around five stops in Germany, and another five in Czech, I saw some of the most picturesque towns along the way. I wanted to jump off the train and take some unbelievable photos. It makes me want to rent a car and venture through these lands. Attached are some 'ride-by' photos I took. About ...
... the heat, probably hoping no one would turn up!! He nearly got his wish, as we were the only 2 for the first part of the tour (2 other groups of 3 joined at the half way meeting point), so essentially we had a private tour as he told us the history of Czech Republic and walked us all around the old historic centre of Prague. He studied religion and journalism at the city university, and was very passionate on lots of issues, plus had lots of interesting stories to relay including ...
... to Starbucks. I hate the idea of this, going to Starbucks instead of a local cafe shop. But only in Starbucks can we buy a couple,of drinks, then eat sandwiches in the warmth. Split up,again after lunch. John and jack to another military museum. The girls to see Salvador Dali. Not sure why so much of his work is in Prague. We picked up more.......bread cheese and salad, our staple for this part of the tour, for the train Another day another train. Or ...
... on fairy tale characters (glad we're not locals or Snow White Koets would be out); days of the week are not permitted; and names of objects are a no go (sorry, Quinoa and Chevron, not even your fierce fashion sense can help you out here). Additionally, if the name one desires is not related to a saint represented on the calendar dial of the astronomical clock, a visit to the famed “name lady” from the ICL is required so that a case may be pleaded to give the ...