Hotel Stary Pivovar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... emperor. I did a short walking tour of the old town and new town areas and the weather couldn't have been nicer. Chris our tour guide was raised in California and has come back to Prague because his grandfather grew up in Czechoslovakia. He was imprisoned by the nazis for being Czech, escaped and was concealed by a farmer. After the war he married the farmers daughter and moved to California to be a ...
... to the exit before where we had gotten off. This was 5km. so much for the shortcut. We then got off the exit and back on and into the traffic!!!!!
Oh well, we did get to see some of the countryside.......
Upon our arrival in Vienna, our GPS which had failed us before directed us without us even putting the address in to our hotel.
After a short rest we headed to town for an ealy dinner. We then walked around town and ...
... over my prone body I arose, and thankfully with only a few minor grazes to the hands, legs, and shoulder. On the positive side it gave me a nice wee adrenaline boost. If my sympathetic nervous system wasn't working already, the fight-or-flight response was now most certainly activated. Despite the tumble, the first KM past in less than 4mins and i decided to maintain a 4-4:15min/km pace for at least the first third of the race and then see how i ...
... Jack found solace with Wifi outside the Apple store. Dresden seems not as crowded, certainly in this part, as Berlin. A great place to ride bikes. And friendly, easily able to strike uo conversation with my dreadful German and the local's much better English. Dinner at a chain in Germany Vampiano. No waiters, you take a card, order your food at the counter, they cook it in front of you eg pizzas, fresh pasta, and charge it to your card. Then find a table, this can ...
... and curiosities. There are nightly performances of Mozart, Dvorak and Vivaldi in grand auditoriums right beside black light theatres - some with fairy tales and some with bizarre and disturbing themes. There are chocolate museums and beer museums and museums of medieval torture. Bach, Beatles, and Bieber are covered by a string quartet, not in a concert hall but busking on the famed Charles Bridge. Delicious four star meals for two, with drinks and dessert, can be ...