Residence Thunovska 19
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... down for cars or pedestrians. They do not heed pedestrian crossings and tourists seem to be a target. With advice firmly embedded, I kept a strong grip on my belongings and we soldiered on. We did spot some professional pick pockets and noticed they tend to circle their prey before going in for the steal. They take full advantage of crowded tourist spots where they can bump past you and 'voila' your items are gone. Prague has many stairs, steep ...
... when your start and destination are right next to each other - so I think there's some issue with Google Maps servers today. I figured out that if I manually input the starting position, rather than "my location" then it worked OK, so we finally made it into town. We wandered around aimlessly looking for a bakery for lunch and taking photos of random things. After an hour or so we settled for a cafe because we were both starving. The waitress approached and said ...
We arrived in Prague about 1045 Jewellia met us at the airport and brought us to the apartment. We then took off to site see and get food subway day passes in hand we hit subway, tram and bus rides await. So many beautiful places to see in such a short time we went to see the famous astrnomical clock. The Charles bridge built in 1357 and up the hill to the Prague Castle and St Vitus cathedral. Over 17000 steps today according to my ...
... that have plagued Europe's history. For many non-gypsies, the idea of a traveling family, dispersed between countries yet connected mystically through a passion for adventure, has inspired a romanticism around the "simplicities" of a nomadic way of life. The traveling community we find ourselves amongst is made up of passerby's, foreigners in Europe who have replaced a life in caravans and tents with each new cities local ...
So our train ride to Prague started off great. We had a 6 person section (like in Harry potter) to ourselves. But it got worse. Bradden and I were sitting opposite each other against the window, but as we wanted to watch a movie, I moved next to him. We got to a random stop, and our carriage filled up. I had a man next to me, his wife opposite me and their son opposite to my left. Then we had an old, fat man that was covered in sweat and stunk so terribly sit opposite Bradden. We ...