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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... morning we awoke to a slightly cooler day. After our exertions of the previous day we had voted to take it a little easier and we bought a full day ticket for the public transport system. We visited the Petrin Hill Tower, an imitation of the Eiffel Tower, built about one hundred and fifty years ago for an exhibition and a local landmark. We took a metro line and a tram to get there and there was a lift for the old and infirm, which we took advantage ...
... to the type of animal hat which suited each recipient! Maddi received a great black and white husky dog ( of course) hat; I received a very cute rabbit hat; Monti received a soft hearted wolf hat and Steveo received the bull hat, complete with nose ring! Need I say more? We did some more skyping and were chuffed to receive some beautiful messages from our ever supportive Aussie friends and our ever increasing 'new' family of friends from ...
... station with all platforms at one level. Czech rail made an excellent impression, carriage was just lovely, no need to go to the dining car as people came round and gave out a free bottle of water, then offered drinks and later food but these had to be paid for. A lovely trip through some great agricultural lands at speeds of about 160 km/hr and smooth. Redeemed our faith in rail travel. Found our way to the taxi stand after the visit to the info centre for ...
... Smetana Hall for a concert - The best of the Classics with Opera and Ballet. We were all a little disappointed with the concert as the performances, although very well done, were a little like end of year school performances. Our tickets were quite expensive and the whole thing was over in just over an hour. However, we shall always remember the city where we celebrated our 44th. Wedding Anniversary. ...
... halls was playing up. Nothing like leaving it to the last hour so I asked the rental car company desk if he could print it out for us from Rachel's USB. As we were going to the Ballet we went by Taxi - plus it was raining quite heavily. We were dropped off at the door to the National Theatre and found our seats - do not ask how long that took - down, up,up, down & finally up!
The modern ballet was KRABAT - The Sorcerers Apprentice. It was certainly well done. The applause at ...