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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... and walk. We went walking past a place on a hill where the monks live and make their own beer. Pretty sure it was where adam told me about. Shame about photos but i crack it each time i try so they will be on facebook or can see when i get back. We chose all our optional extra tours today and only decided to skip one in Switzerland. And no debbie we are going to the yodelling much against ...
Our tour group caught the flashiest bus any of us had ever been on to Prague this morning. We each had TV screens & ear phones, were offered tea, coffee or hot chocolate & best of all, plenty of leg room! We got to Prague around 12 and took the subway then a short walk to where we are staying. The 11 of us are spread between 4 apartments, so we are in one with another couple, we have a bathroom each and a shared kitchen so we can cook, if we want. After getting settled ...
Well I had to say goodbye to Berlin and after breakfast over to the main station in Berlin to hop on a train to Prague. We traveled through Dresden which was completely destroyed during WWII by the allied bombers. Although I didn't get to see anything, other than the spires of the churches, it has been completely rebuilt from the rubble of the war. It had been cloudy all day until I reached Prague and like magic the sun came out. I ...
... ourselves in Old Town Square for a few hours. Street performers, segway operators, horse carriages and trinket stores filled the square trying to get the tourists' attention. We also visited the Prague Astronomical Clock--a medieval clock that shows not only the time, but also the day and week of the year. It even has an entertaining show on each hour, but we didn't hang around the necessary 25 minutes to see it. ...
... sections of society and a balcony where two clerks recorded all of the official decisions. These decisions, along with all land transactions and agreements, were entered into official records and stored in the records rooms (some of the books are still there.) When lawyers or citizens came to settle disputes in the court rooms, the official appointed to settle the dispute could always check the records stored in the records room.