The Mark Luxury Hotel Prague
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... and asked about our room booking - which had already been sorted and paid for in Australia. As the concierge is scrutinising the list of reservations, and asking us to write down our names in English, it occurred to me to look a the reservation paperwork we had - "Is this the Hotel Kampa Garden?" I finally ask. He looks at me blankly and then explains that there is another hotel by that name over the other side of the ...
... she's already gorgeous, I barely notice the difference when she's done she looks just as good as she did before, I like how she puts in the effort though. She sees that I'm awake and comes over to kiss me, wishing me a happy birthday. She doesn't seem too dejected about me falling asleep last night. Her being happy makes me happy. This isn't normally the case on my birthdays, I don't enjoy them as much as most people seem to, I hate being the centre of attention, ...
... first 15 minutes I was dining on pickles and other goodies I normally pass along to Meg. Beef neck and shoulder, wine, beer, carp (not like WI carp), schnitzel and much more delighted us with each stop. Two places we visited and likely to return before our departure, Cestr and Cafe Savoy were phenomenal. I'll cover them all later on in the final wrap up of Prague. In short, if there is one tour you take in Prague make it the Taste of a Prague. The restaurants, cafe and bar ...
... though we kept shaking our heads at him and telling him we didn't even know what language he was speaking. To add insult to injury the two girls woke up and left the compartment to hang out with their gaggle of squealing girls and some frat boy with a fog horn. All we could hear for the remainder of the journey was giggling girls screaming 'Bruno!' repeatedly inbetween incoherent mumblings from our cabin mate. We did ...
So It's no surprise really that with the side effects of berlin we almost missed our train to prague. We got on with literally a minute to spare, and had to endure a 7 hour train ride with no food or water - not an easy task when you have been out all the night before. But serves us right. Our first night in prague was spent eating and sleeping. Our hostel was really nice - even had automatic window shutters to block out the sun, perfect!! On our second day, still tired, we ventured out ...