Tivoli Hotel Prague
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... to hold on and the same guy went and complained for his wife and they pulled into a rest stop where a public toilet was. The bus obviously realised the issue and everyone piled into the toilets before the bus took off again.
It was around 1400 and the weather was looking very average outside as we crossed into Germany with rain setting in and the bus temperature gauge was indicating the low teens were outside. We pulled over and picked up a few people here and there ...
... fruit it could possibly be, he arrived and we laughed as it was blueberry! Nevertheless it was very good and the server was appreciative to learn a new English word. Tired from our long day despite a short nap, we decided not to go out at night as our friends we met in Berlin were arriving the next day. More late nights were anticipated in our near future... Let's hope there is still time and energy for sightseeing ...
The long awaited mtb adventure in Prague. Despite tiredness I woke up early like Xmas day. After missing the bus by 15 seconds, yet another walk across to Chodov and onto the metro to Vysehrad. After yesterday, it seemed like home.
A seamless arrival and check in saw me onto a Giant Trance 27.5". It was a great bike, about half the cost of mine at home but got up and down all the hills fine. Maybe I spend too much on bikes?
This ride was incredible ...
... in protest of the Warsaw Pact intervention against the Prague Spring reforms, which liberalised government policies and human rights restrictions. Two fellow students also later carried out the same action years later and in 1989, twenty years after Palach's death, large scale protests were held in what became known as Palach Week, a precursor to the Velvet Revolution later the same year. Just a reminder that every person has the ability to change the ...
... really just alleys and putting address numbers on doors doesn’t seem to be in fashion. But after making many wrong turns and dragging suitcases over cobblestone streets, we finally found “home” in “old town” Prague.
It was really a great location. And the apartment was quiet and ...