Hotel Zamek Stirin
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... know us as this has been a daily stop around 4pm. Packing is all done and we are ready for our early morning pickup at 715.
Last dinner was at a very typical Czech restaurant. Live accordian music barely any english and lots and lots of pork on the menu. It was very good, started with 2 beer, and a sausage and cheese. Then Brent had the marinated ribs and i had the pork knee and sauerkraut. No veg ...
... Lots of my photos aren't really worth posting as they aren't very good, but Maggie got better ones with her camera that I'll try and add after the trip. Unfortunately for you readers, I don't tend to take many pictures anyways, especially when Maggie is taking lots on her good camera. I intend on overhauling this entire blog when I get back to Canada by adding those pictures, expanding on why they were cool to us and editing out paragraphs like this one. Until then, the Internet is ...
... school rented out the circus for the entire school and the other preschool centers around town, which added up to about 1000 students. So they all hopped on buses and went to the Ringling Brothers Circus. At the circus, they solicited a few dancers from the audience, one of whom was…Che. All I will say is this: Che managed to steal the show…at a circus…in Spain...with 1000 fellow students watching. Keep your fingers crossed that we ...
... my bag made it, cause I barely did. The turbulence was horrible, as expected with the size of these planes and the weather, but all was good. It's just a bit scary when you see propellers on your plane instead of jet engines. Not looking forward to my three flights home on Saturday, but give me a jumbo jet any day. The day was early, but I still had to track down my bus and tram to the city center which was another 15 miles out. I made it though, wet and cold, ...
Today we began our exploration of Old Prague. Our van took us up to Prague Castle on the hill overlooking the city. This combination of fortress, palace and seat of government, dates back to the late 9th century. The oldest buildings include part of the cathedral and a monastery buit in the 13th century. Much of it was built during the Austro-Hungarian Empire and renovated between the ...