The Mark Luxury Hotel Prague
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
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... and climbed the clock tower, which had beautiful views of the city. Unfortunately it was a Saturday here, which made the city an incredibly slow and insane place to be. I think it would have been much more manageable if we'd been here on a week day. I loved Tyne church, also known as the sleeping beauty castle! So much beautiful architecture here. We then ever so slowly made our way across the river to the castle ...
... mustard sauce and cabbage, all for us$9! One big difference we've noticed is how quiet Czechs are versus Turkish men. Turks yell at each other a lot. Czechs seem to mostly speak in hushed tones. We learnt that it's something inculcated from the time you're a kid. According to our czech friend, her mom told her when she was small that "no one is interested in what you have to say" in the tram. Therefore tram and subway rides are mostly full of ...
... their meeting that night (must've been their convention week) so we would have to sit through the whole thing in Czech. I've got to admit that sounded pretty terrible because the language is so radically different that we can't understand a single word of it. When the brother saw the apprehension in our faces he half-jokingly said, "or you could meet with our french group, if you know any French". Score! We excitedly sat down in the back school and had a great ...
Last breakfast in Rome Taxi to Borghesi Gardens - first cab would not take short fare Left Gini on seat then went and hired motor assisted pedal cab. Took Gini across park to where had great view of Rome. Crossing main road bit hairy. Christian had fun in amusement area - little race track - electric basketball game etc. Walked back to hotel as downhill - had dropped Gini off at nearest exit to hotel before ...
... purchase tickets to attend their concert that night at 5pm before leaving to see the surrounding sites.
The St Nicholas sits on one side of the square, The church of Tyn sits on another side and on the other side is located the town hall with the astronomical clock. As we cross the square we see the usual mix of tourists and also those seeking to make a little money from the tourists. On a bench sitting next to a group of visitors is a young man ...