Tivoli Hotel Prague
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... back a few centuries into a quaint, friendly city. You can't help but be happy while in Prague. That night, we happened to meet three girls from Indiana- we bonded over the fact that we all knew how to play euchre, a game we have missed SO much. We went out that night into Old Town. First we went to a Jazz Bar with some good music and cool atmosphere. Later we moseyed over to Chapeau Rouge, a really cool 3 story place with weird dance music ...
These are some additional photos from our stay in Prague.
The Fred and Ginger House is especially for Marcella. Nice mixture of old and new architecture along the Vltava.
Enjoyed a nice stroll through the Rose Gardens at the top of the funicular and magnificent views of course. Keeping up with the blog is hard going given our busy schedule.
Hope you like them.
... with floral designs, and male halls are dark, large, and take from wartime or political themes. We moved into the confectionary, a "female" room with white walls, bright wooden chairs, and large crystal mirrors. The small room had the quaint feel of an ornate ice cream shop. Next we moved into a bird themed room (also female). The room originally had a working aquarium, but the internal pipes have since eroded. Next we ...
... an ambulance to arrive. The man had responded and was taken away sitting in a wheelchair. The quartet came back on stage (they had all gone to assist the man) and the concert continued. It finished to a standing applause which demanded an encore. On reaching the station our train was delayed for an hour allowing us plenty of time to write postcards. We are now ensconced in our little cabin tucked up in our bunks. Night night. ...
... after a X-Mas dinner (I quote; "I'm going to try and lie down on the bed... Oh no, wait, that's impossible!"), we traced the Vltava river towards the city centre, already entranced by the picturesque Prague Castle in the distance.
Once in the centre I purchased my first beer of the day (the first of many), which certainly quenched my thirst. We then strolled through the old town square and across the cobbled streets, making it just ...