Brewery Hotel U Medvidku
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bridge from one end to the other,, to the clock towers. Tour ended at the tower we walked back with Ray,stanie, meet B ill Friendmen and wife Susie we ate at r supa restaurant , good food , nice area, walked back to hotel, nap time ,, meet Cal and LeAnn around 430 to walk around and check for Survior , walked to the clock tower, Cal and I walked up the tower great view at night, , walked around, had snack at a okay place on plaza, back to hotel for night cap and hotel for nighty ...
... they'd join in the celebrations....but were shut down by me saying “you don't even know what's going on”. Tom had been messaging me all day asking what our plans were for the day in Prague and I was completely unaware of what he had planned, as far as I was aware they were still in Poland! It was the best surprise we've had on this trip.
After a brief catch up we ventured to ...
... we were pretty pooped - I calculated that by day's end we'd walked close enough to 10kms! Fortunately, as some of you will know, we are finely honed Olympic-class athletes, and therefore it wasn't a problem, but by the time we hit the sack at about 11ish, I was rooted! After we'd had enough of the bloody palace, we went back to the city and had dinner, before we attended a performance by the Vienna State Orchestra ...(that may not be technically correct, but ...
We ate our breakfast at the hotel, which had a very nice buffet and decided to catch the hop on hop off tour bus from the Old Town square. We got directions from the desk and walked to the square. On our walk Sheila and Travis noticed a mother and her child which reflected the sense of joy that we found with many of those here in Prague,
... then most of those – who survived – to Auschwitz. The "confinements" were made up of a “Small” and a “Large” Fortress, with the former having less freedom or refinements – if one can refer to those things there. We found out the walk from Auschwitz to Terezin (for those who were liberated) would have taken at least seven days and more often than not, they were turned away ...