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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and found some shaded seats where I sat down to read and nodded off a little. I had sat down next to a set of trampolines that you could pay to use, but as there was nobody on the the guy running said I could jump for free if I wanted. Being a giant kid this was not an offer I could turn down and enjoyed a solid 10 minute trampoline work out - you forget that it's actually quite exhausting cause it's always so much damn fun! After this I explored the park a bit more and saw a ...
... trial. He was eventually sentenced to death and executed in Litomerice.
Tonight we will have dinner at an Italian restaurant, and then we have tickets to an orchestral and choral concert that is part of the International Spring Music Festival held every year here in Prague. Tomorrow morning we have to have our bags packed and ready to be picked up in the hallway of the hotel at 6:30 AM. We are all so excited to get to Nuremberg and see our River ...
... It's difficult enough to take it all in and realize that this is indeed real life, not just some crazy awesome dream. Let alone condense it all into writing. From the huge pigeons to the overly well behaved children, from public transportation to smoke everywhere, from the people you meet to the nice and warm (HA!) weather... This city is in nearly everyway different than anything I've encountered. Not to mention the immense, and relatively ...
... with every type of European view you want to see. The old Charles Bridge, the Prague Castle, the Saturday morning farmers market selling delicious authentic Czech food, and off course good cheap beer. It was rainy and cloudy for our first few days here, but even with that weather Prague has not failed to impress. The old town square at night is lit up and full of people, with street performers playing their accordions ...
You lucky devils, 4 little quizzes in only 3 countries. It doesn't get much better than that? Today's is another what question. What grows here on or more correctly between these poles. A correct answer could earn you 'four beers and no wine' and there's a homophone clue in the prize! Hulie Dulie Julie can't answer because she's a cryptic crossword nut. Everyone else have a go. PS. Special mention to Jess who has become the most prolific responder to my blog (no not my only responder ...