Brewery Hotel U Medvidku
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Perhaps she got to the poison bottle first.
Weather was brilliant. Sunny and warm, but in the hills there was a bit of haze. Back in Prague it is 21 degree in the shade outside the apartment and it is a very nice time of the day (6PM).
Still working on the pics. Unlike our time in the caravan we go out at night so I haven't had a lot of chance to get them on line.
... the driver instructer on training camp and had spent lots of time waking kaz up. as Kaz continued to talk we realised there was more to this. WE WERE HER 1ST TOUR. sneaky sneaky Kaz. it took a couple of people a little bit of time to actually click to what she was saying. for a first tour kaz had done amazing and none of us had clicked but it did make alot of thing's make more sense like a couple of time when her story changed or she seemed unsure of things and ...
... br> On Sunday we spent more time wandering the city, it was pretty chilly out so we tried to find something to do indoors. We went to the Gastronomy museum which is about the history of food in the Czech Republic. It was a pretty small place but a fun way to explore a less commonly taught piece of the culture. There is a beautiful music hall and we tried to get tickets to the Cinderella ballet. Unfortunately by the time we got to the ticket office only the most expensive ...
... and positive energy derived from symbols of the four essential elements: air water earth and fire. Alchemy had to be carried out in secret because the Catholic church was against it. The Jews more more tolerant. So alchemist labs were in underground caverns, fronted by a more conventional pharmacy. Alchemy seems to me to be a mix of chemistry, botanical medicine, and magic. The sliding bookcase door is triggered by turning a dragon. This leads to the labs, ...
... tourists and vendors selling overpriced food and souvenirs. But if you were there at 3 am, it was nice and quiet. LOL. I only did it twice.
My favorite place though, was definitely Vysehrad. It's a castle just outside of the city. There's something you should know about castles in Prague. They're not the palaces you see in in fairy tales. The "castle" is really the walls of the fortress and everything inside of it. The only building that looks ...