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OK, first, yesterday....last day in Berlin. Our tour was really great. Got to see lots of the new architecture. I think the crowning glory was a building by Frank Gehry. Unlike most of his buildings, this one is rather boring from the outside. It is built in the area by the Brandanburg Gate so there's not lots of room (and it's next to the …
Today was pretty eventful. I've found that waking up in the morning in Prague is a lot easier than in Istanbul (maybe it was something in the water....).
I woke up mid morning and grabbed a continental breakfast in the basement of our hotel. Housing is super affordable in Prague compared to a lot of the other European cities. We are staying in a hotel since the downtown/central hostels I wanted to stay at were full apparently.
We walked up ...
... manage to squeeze a couple of slow 20+km runs in. I arrived to the start a couple of hours early and soaked up the atmosphere.With 12,500 competitors the event was very well organised and based on predicted finishing time we were sorted into gates. I found myself in gate A which was great as I got a view of the elite athletes before the gun went off, that would be the last I saw of them. The winner took out the title in 59:22, 7 of the top 10 were ...
Sleep in this morning! Was amazing! Brekkie at 9.30 then we set off to explore Prague with Jeff and Gwynn. Our first stop was Prague castle. It is huge! Within the castle grounds there's a cathedral, a basilica and museums etc. The castle grounds were very pretty and we got a stunning view over the city. After taking some snaps we wanted to go to a brewery that Jeff had heard about. We had a map and asked for directions but all ...
... in some places and about 2000 metres long - a bottle of white wine for the person who can guess how many bricks were used to build the walls! Off to an Italian deli for lunch - wonderful food. Then Anne and Shirley jumped onto a tram and headed for the end of the line to see where it would take them. Out into the suburbs and through the high rise housing. Lots and lots of high rise housing out there. I should ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility