Hotel U Pava
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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Venice to Prague....Cruising around Venice our way to catch the bus to Treviso airport I thought it would be a little hectic. Nope. No rush hour it seems in Venice. Very few passengers and the crew are happy and casual (just like most Italians). The water traffic however was in full swing. A cruise ship was maneuvering in between ferries and transport vessels of all shapes and sizes. A laundry barge filled to the brim with brightly ...
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... provoking. We all met up again in the old town for a drink soaking up the atmosphere of the place ( at George and the Dragon). The rest of the day was taken with some meandering around the shops and another delicious meal out. The food has been great, tonight we went to a place recommended on trip advisor and it was great..and cheap...as all the food has been here. So...now I know why when people say Prague is a wonderful city to visit I know what they mean...it ...
... the afternoon, enjoying our first sun since Vienna. We watched as hoards of people rented pedalos and took them on the river, unfortunately we wouldn't have the time to do the same. So our time in Prague had come to an end, but it had defiantly lived up to expectations. Some brilliant architecture, great parks and some amazing friendships to take with us. And of course the beer was spot on! What could possibly match that? How about a place with even cheaper beer? Onwards to ...
We left Prague this morning at 8.45am on a coach for an all day trip to Budapest where we are to get on the boat to begin our cruise.We stopped at a service station around 11am of morning tea and toilet break then on to Bratislava for lunch .back on the coach to get to Budapest. We were welcomed ...