Pension Villa Madona
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hour. The crowds disperse and life returns to normal in the square. One interesting snippet that we picked up on the tour was the Black Light Theater performances that are unique to Prague. Had we known about this we may have booked in advance to go to one.
After lunch we set off by foot to see in more details some of the area the tour had passed by. The first place to visit was the Municipal House and the ...
... walls painted green, cute flower decals all around, and matching chiffon curtains for the dual pair of bunk beds.
Danny’s complications returned in the middle of the night I suppose, and he locked himself out of the room the first night in the hostel. He spent a half hour desperately knocking while visions of sugarplums danced in my dreams. Whoops. Sucks for him that I can sleep through hordes of stampeding elephants. To make up for the lost sleep, we laid around ...
... river until we reached Charles Bridge. It was quite busy crossing Charles Bridge, with buskers, markets and lots of tourists in every direction. On the other side of the bridge we managed to find the John Lennon graffiti wall, which is free for the public to graffiti at any time and we saw a girl putting her artistic talents to work. There were Beatles lyrics printed on the wall, amongst other random bits and pieces. As it was graffiti, the art is ...
... say we got absolutely no sleep that night. The four of us - Laura, Lisa, Maria, and I - were tossing and turning constantly, unable to find a position that would cool us down. It got to the point where the humidity was so unbearable that we were wetting our clothes just to feel the slightest bit cool. The only brief respite we had from the heat was an enormous storm around 4.00am. The only problem was that the wind and rain were so strong that we had to shut the window so as to not ...
... smaller than Budapest and very narrow cobblestone streets the orderliness of Vienna has fallen by the wayside. There is something to see at every turn.
We arrived in late afternoon and walked around the area of the hotel, took a stroll across the Charles Bridge and had a bite to eat. The evening allowed the light of buildings to be visible along the ...