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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... would say it to each other, but this time it was extremely sad. We did eventually say goodbye, but it was a na Shledanou, not a sbohem. I really do hope that I will get to see them again, whether in Seattle with Grace or the twin cities with Jacy or in Texas with Caleb. Or who knows, maybe some day we will all end up back together in Prague. One can dream right?
The next morning, we packed everything up, washed our dishes, threw out all of our food, ...
... beer. Sitting in hot water made me feel quite tipsy! Not to worry. After sitting in the water and drinking for a while there is a knock on the door. ,You then towel off and sleep it off in a heated bed. The Czech people take their beer seriously!
Later that night I had an overnight train to Krakow. I had made a reservation for a private cabin ahead of time. I don’t mix well with strangers when sleeping is ...
Our time in Prague lasted two days but I combine them because they were both enjoyed by the new friends we made at the Emma Hostel, the lovely British gals Imogen and Jess. It has been 8 years since I've lived in England, so my accent has almost completely faded, or so I thought... As we spent the two days touring the city with them Brian started to notice my old accent come out and by the end of the final evening there I was feeling like a fully fledged Brit ...
... The good thing about the stairs is that they aren't steep. The bad thing, is that you have to climb it. We got to the top and the view of Prague was breath taking. Absolutely stunning. Thank You Lord for bringing me here. We took pics and the.n continued through to Cathedral. We were blessed because the changing of the guards occurred while we were there . That was great. Saw that. It was similar to the guards at Vatican City and London. After passing the gate we continued through ...
... The main stage has an opera playing in open air and the bubble makers are delighting the kids – including us old ones. Have never seen bubbles so big, easily bigger than either Phil and or I.
Made it to the Astronomical clock for the on the hour display and crowds. Not sure if we enjoyed watching the clock or peoples reaction and or interaction more.
Continued getting lost in the labyrinth of alley ways and lanes for a few hours and wandering weary legged home to ...