Hotel Zamek Stirin
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... Or that it was windy? Perhaps not, but it was starting to creep into our bones by the time we got to the Powder Tower, a remnant of the old town wall, to check in for our tour. We had left the tour confirmation along with the map and some other helpful documents back in the apartment, but fortunately the tour company didn't make us run back to get them. Instead we used our extra time to stop off at one of the nearby restaurants for a chance to warm up, get ...
... on our tour. It started to rain on the way down, so she put her arm through mine and shared her umbrella with me as we descended the stairs, saying she would help me down the stairs. While it was a lovely gesture, it made me feel like I was a grandma! We stopped on the way home for Chinese, which was a pleasant change. She quickly switched from English to Mandarin to order for us. We returned to our room around 930 and happily went straight to ...
... before taking our drunken selves back to our hostel.
Catch Ups and Clocks-Friday 18th July
Feeling slightly seedy the next day, I was raring to explore the city of Prague. The happy couple were keen on having a quiet morning so Phil and I organised to meet up with Tom and Caitlin for a day of sightseeing. We met in the Old Town Square where we were able to see the famous Prague orloj astronomical clock which is able to show not only the time but ...
... I was worried it was going to be a handful watching all 6 girls, but it turned out to be so easy because hey were too cool for me, didn't want to hang out with their old nanny, and went off and entertained themselves all weekend. We went out to eat at their favorite restaurant in this small village twice this weekend, there was no other place in the world like this, which is why it deserves it's own ...
... was a grade III concentration camp which back then was the harshest and toughest camp. The men, women and even children got sent there was the ones that wasn't what Hitler's ideal of a person- Jews, homosexuals, etc.. In a short but very informative introduction we got told that the prisoners were starved, beaten and shot. They were forced to climb cliffs and were given a choice to either get shot or push the person behind them off the cliff. Then there ...