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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we got to enjoy its many stained glass windows. This is a huge Gothic cathedral within the castle grounds. It has mosaics on one portion of the outside and has the expected gargoyles all around. The original church on this site was founded in 930, with the Gothic building started in 1344, although a church has been there since 1060. (Officially, the cathedral construction was “finished” in 1929.) While most of the cathedral is Gothic style, ...
We next arrived in Prague and headed straight to the hotel - the Hilton in Old Town Prague. This was the first "American" hotel we had stayed in and it felt a little bit like home. After a quick turn-around we headed out on the town to get some dinner. The first thing we noticed upon arriving in Prague was the language. Compared to the romantic languages of France and ...
... What I loved is the fact that when I stayed in Rome, my room looked onto these two great monuments. As I have been getting around all week by metro and only twice bought a ticket, I took it one stop over and was busted. Getting off the train I was asked to present my ticket. When I couldn't produce one I was walked to an atm and told to withdraw money. I pleaded for a warning. The guard was very nice but said he had to follow orders. $40 later I was on my way again. I wound ...
... stop was a very quaint medieval town called Rothenburg. We walked along a castle wall from the 14th century, which had been partly destroyed in World War II and rebuilt afterwards. The main streets were filled with pretty coloured buildings and shuttered windows with clock towers at either end. Ness succeeded in tripping over the cobbled street but thankfully nobody saw. We spotted a bird and quite a giant nest on the highest tip of one of the roof tops, and headed in to ...
... and went back into central Prague for a chat and a beer in a cafe.
Shown onto bus by B, to Apple Repair store to get iPod and laptop fixed, only to find 3 day turnaround and expensive diagnosis without repair. To Josefov, wandering around near Jewish cemetery, in Old-New Synagogue (oldest building in Jewish quarter and one of Europe’s oldest synagogues). Visited ISIC point only to find that it could only make ISIC cards for ...