Central Hotel Tiepolo
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... after 1100 and were off. I was pretty keen for a bathroom break but decided to just hold on a bit longer before realising the toilet was out of order on the bus having seen someone head down and realise themselves. How can they expect to have a 21 hour bus ride with no toilet, its crazy. Another hour or so went by and the guy who needed the toilet went up and complained a second time and the bus finally pulled over on the side of the road for the guys to go. No help to Leesh who was also ...
... at the hostel then wandered the surrounding streets for a bit before stopping for dinner. Not quite ready to indulge in more local cuisine, we ate at a burger place (not fast food or McDonald's, don't worry!) and got some wonderful friendly service. Maggie got adventurous and ordered a homemade lemonade that our server couldn't remember the English word for but described it as a small purple fruit. After speculating ...
... Tight grip on the phone as I leaned out to take photos. In the arvo we just kept wandering as yet more streetscapes and squares opened up. Had a drink in a little cafe that was like sitting in someone's library. We played a couple of board games. 7 people refreshed for 260 Kc, about $15. When we came out the street lights were on and transformed the city again So sad to leave here.......but hey, we'll be in Rome in two hours can't be all ...
... countless church spires to remain. We arrived at the city quite late in the afternoon on our first day and only managed to do a quick orientation walk through the city, however the following day was beautiful sunshine and we got to explore the jewish neighbourhood (josefov), prague castle, the lennon wall and the charles bridge connecting the 'old town' with the 'lesser town'. We also saw the memorial for Jan Palich, the university student whom set ...
... located in the "old town" of Prague. (Every European city has an “old town” in which Darlene always seems to find a place to stay.)
So off we go, two tourists, wearing backpacks and pulling wheeled suitcases. (Everyone used to pack lighter because wheels on suitcases weren’t yet invented, remember?) Only the directions and rough map didn’t match reality. Some marked ...