Hotel 1. Republic
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... A few of course selfies were also taken on the bridge. As we headed up to the Prague castle area we made a couple of stops for the Prague and Czexh delicacies. First stop at a gingerbread museum where we saw lots and lots of different gingerbreads and houses and of course bought a few to taste. Next stop was to try a Czech pastry Tredlenik which was yummy and was pastry dipped in cinnamon sugar and in a coil.
As we walked off our dessert we headed to ...
... when she studied abroad I had this bread roll with cinnamon sugar on it that was one of the most amazing foods ever and I have always wanted it again and this was the city that they came from, so of course I had one. Exactly how I remember it tasted like. We walked around the market for a little longer and kept snacking on foods so we didn't have to buy a real dinner, they had so many things to choose from. Friday morning we had to check out by ten because we were leaving ...
23/08/2013 – 29/08/2013
Mileage – 1139
The adventure began at 03:15 with leaving the garage and heading for the channel tunnel, we met Churchman & Woody in DAT van at a McDonald's, reassuring to know how ever long I am away for that somethings will never change :)
With three cars in convey we successfully made it to our campsite for the Spa grand prix, a couple of stops on the ...
... course. There, I met my four awesome roommates for the duration of the course, each of them bringing a little bit of something different with them. To be completely candid, I gotta say that that flat, and those roommates, were basically my rock for that first month or so, and I'm really glad I got to stay with each of them for as long as we had together. I shared a flat with two American girls (Jill - from The OC™, Jalaire - from Utah & Texas), Maria ...
... every domed tower, every gilded spire.
Prague is absolutely full of fantastic tunes and is probably most well known for its classical and jazz music. You can't go anywhere without hearing music playing, so for our first full day here we let the music be our guide by basing our wanders around picking up our concert tickets in one place at a certain time and being at the concert location at a certain time. Ticketed live performances ...