Hotel 1. Republic
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... people on the streets. The brawlers looked like years of alcohol or drugs had caused a lot of damage.
Prague is a good city for walking about, complemented by excellent public transport. But you need to keep your wits about you as you cross the road. Trams have absolute right of way, and they can be coming at you from 4 directions.
Prague can can be a rip off for currency exchange. So we were advised to try Tescos, use euros ...
... that I am ABLE to do this. Not everyone can and not everyone want to, anyways. But I feel grateful and humble.
I set myself a target which is coming to fruition. We all have different life circumstances which enable or disable us to make or not make certain steps in our lives. I have no idea what is coming next month, next year and not even tomorrow. But I try to live my life by doing what I enjoy and pass it over to the others in the ...
... a guy with a bubble wand releasing giant bubbles among the masses and a guy dressed as a giant shark...just to name a few.
A walking tour of Prague Castle rounded our our trip to the city. Prague Castle is the size of seven football fields and according to the Guinness Book of World Records is the largest ancient castle in the world Thirteen centuries of building and additions make it an interesting place to explore. ...
All was good this morning, James came home but Crispy was sick. We think he might have caught something from the hospital, he was pretty out of it. We drove to Prague today and because Crispy was sick, he had to throw our lunch out because he didn't know if he had this before he made our food. So we stopped over at a service station and got some lunch which was good but none of them spoke any English so they overcharged us because we couldn't tell them any different. There goes all ...
... but very touristy as well. The people waiting on you aren't anywhere near as friendly or nice as the people I have encountered out in the non tourist areas. To me, it's just more pleasant an experience out with the locals.....and a HELL of a lot cheaper. A beer in the tourist areas usually costs two to three times what you can get the same beer for in the locals areas. And the service is better and more cordial.
We head back to the apartment and hang out ...