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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... was a little tacky it really didn't worry us too much and everyone was well behaved and not too noisy!!
After breakfast we took ourselves on a trip around the city, we quickly found that Prague is like Venice, lots of little streets that go in all different directions, while maps may be useful you still have to know in which direction you want to go in and be actually able to
read the map (street signage is not the easiest to navigate). Thank goodness ...
... in German, Polish and Russian, as well as passable Italian and great English.
We will leave Prague in the morning, and although it will be good to see new places, I have really enjoyed my time here. Maybe the hot weather has helped, maybe the fabulous architecture, or just the history of the place. I mean, seriously, this town can trace its roots back to the 6th century - not as old as Greece and Rome - lots of stories to be found here.
... some lump it all together; I'll get questions like, 'oh, is that near New York'? Most people I meet want to go to the States and see the usual - New York, Vegas, Miami, LA. Denver has never come up. I do come across people who do apply for Visas who plan on visiting, and in a major city like Prague, many have traveled. Austria and Germany are huge destinations. When I ask who visits Prague the most, the answer is usually the Brits. Even though I am ...
... delayed for 90 minutes. Had another 30 minute stop somewhere in Germany and got to Berlin 2 hours late.
We have banged on a bit over the last two trips about how good the European rail system is, and it took the Germans to let us down.
When we arrived in Berlin we booked a 21/2 hour bus tour. Berlin was very badly damaged in the later stages of the war, by air raids and ground artillery, so it really dates from about ...
... then saw the National Theatre (currently being refurbished & therefore closed), we crossed the Vltava River and the bus dropped us, our guide and about 20 others at the entry to the Prague Castle. The tour was in 2 languages Spanish and English.
Once again the castle was made up of many buildings (just like Budapest), after passing by the guards at the gate we entered the large courtyard and passed through it to ...