Alice Apartment House
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... performers doing covers of contemporary classics...Gershwin, Webber, Bernstein, etc. A pianist accompanied a sax player and an opera singer. Again, the venue was the star and with only twenty people in attendance, it was a very intimate performance.
That evening we picked up sandwiches and a bottle of wine and had a picnic on the side of the river at sunset...tomorrow we head to Munich.
... restaurants and even shopping stores.We returned to our hotel from this very first walk already enchanted by Prague and what it has to offer!
The next day we had breakfast in the hotel. The breakfast nook was nice and cozy, not too big, nor too small and food was quite satisfactory. We would stay in Prague just for 3 days, so our time schedule was well prepared in advance ...
... searched the train station apothecary without any luck. As I walked back to the posting board, I heard a voice call my name. It was Rayden from the beer tour the night before. It turned out we were on the same train to Vienna, and staying in the same Hostel. I find the world to be full of coincidence, and doubly so when traveling.
We boarded our train and sat across from each other at a small table in our car. He told me about ...
... where death was often present as a skeleton waltzing off to the afterlife with the deceased’s soul. This art served as a reminder that every moment may be our last, and to cherish the moment you have since it is all you truly have. The past is unchangeable and the future is not guaranteed. We have here. We have now. That is all we have.
Dan Millman said it perfectly; “There is never nothing happening. There are no dull moments”. ...
... his company as much after he made me drink too much vodka. My ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlice Apartment House Prague
One of the nicest pensione I've ever stayed. It's very clean. The staff is very helpful. Free internet as well as wi-fi provided. Location is good, not too far out from the center and a main station.
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