Hotel Zamek Stirin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... I remembered the drinks were cheap and I was outraged at having to pay $3 for a gin and tonic elsewhere, and the third night because this guy who was in there the second night was so outrageous and incredible that we had to see if he was there to prove to our other friends he existed.
This man of which I speak, the "patron saint" of the Popocafe, is a tall, gangly, curly-haired, Metal-loving German who I will remember fondly forever as "Metalman." I didn't meet Metalman ...
... by others. We are going to start the sight seeing early tomorrow. We are a little worried some things may be closed on Sunday so we are going to try to do it all in a day. Bob is already asleep and I keep dropping the iPad .
Church friends please include me in a little prayer. I avoided the flu all winter and now I have sneezing and sore throat and stuffy head. Not bad, but don't want it to get worse. Thanks!
... 90 minutes and took one waaaaay out into the rural area south of Kracow. No one speaks English, there are no shops, there is nothing but houses and farms and the like.
So this is not the time for a **** up.
A gem of useful information bubbles to the top of my mind: the campground is at the highest point in the area - the Todd told me this earlier.
Soon the bus climbs a massive hill and things are looking likely. We go around a corner and after ...
Bit of a sleep in this morning (YAY!). Another buffet breakfast, then joined a local guide for a walking day tour along the cobbled streets of Prague. Started at the Prague Castle, the largest castle complex in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Originally dating to the 9th century, this landmark, which surrounds St. Vitus Cathedral, bears the mark of each architectural and historical era that it has lived through. To this day, it serves as the seat of ...
... where people were performing dances in traditional dress to live bands.
That night we met up on the other side of the bridge again for ready for a traditional Czech dinner. Chanel and I shared a Beef Goulash with bread dumplings and Pork Knuckle. The pork unfortunately was really fatty and the goulash lacked meat but was quite yummy. If I had my time again I would have found a little pricier place for better quality food. But then again, Germany is known to ...