Residence U Cerneho Orla
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... It would be ideal for spiking drinks to get people amazingly drunk without their knowledge. So we finished the bottle, maybe four shots each for Mikal and I.
Did I mention that Mikal's wife is pregnant in the other house in the compound? So pregnant in fact that she could pop at any moment and Mikal could be called upon to drive his wife to the hospital?
So Mikal's phone goes and we all have to be quiet because it is the wife. A ...
We arrived in Prague and made our way from the airport to the bus to Dejvicka. Then it was metro to Strasnicka and tram 26 for 4 stops to krematorium. Unlike Rome, we got all of this nailed first time! We dropped our bags, met our host Didier and settled in. Such a nice feeling to take those bags off! We headed back out to a restaurant we passed on the way from the tram, ready to try some of Pragues' food which we heard was cheap for Europe! Bruschetta, salmon pizza and chicken pizza , ...
... shops and seek a bit of shelter. We watched the astronomical clock chime and do it's thing on the hour before deciding the day was over, our legs and feet were saturated (we were drier in our rain jackets than people with umbrellas), hot food and hot drink and a tram back were in order! Saturday 3rd - this morning we headed into the centre, first thing we grabbed some hot chocolates as it was freezing today! Could of sworn we had gone back to winter in the uk! ...
... have the makings of a much better home to live in, albeit that the neighbourhood itself might still be clad in grey.
Former Czech Republic President, Vaclav Havel described them as "undignified rabbit pens ripe for demolition" but the twenty-five years since the Velvet Revolution hasn't quite seen the end of them. Part of the reason is that, when new, the panelaks were not intended to be low-income housing. They were in fact meant to be housing for ...
... from Prague but lives with his wife and their three angelic children in Zürich. I say angelic because I don’t think I have ever seen kids with blonder hair in my life, it’s like they have glowing whitish gold halos on their heads. Peter, on the other hand, had a black eye from a recent bicycling accident, so he was looking less angelic that day. It was still great to catch up with him, since I haven’t seen him since I attended his wedding in ...