- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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this time it will be administrative. Each and every traveler knows that it's not always easy to arrange visa to any country. Sometimes there are problems with the officer, sometimes there is lack of information. In this case it's lacking information which gave us little bit of headache.
Web pages of Socialist Republic of Vietnam (yep, it's the official name of Vietnam) Prague embassy doesn't contain any better information about how ...
We started with a lazier day, since there was no set time to do anything. I still got up around 7:30 and went down to have breakfast. The hostel had a pretty good breakfast and even a pancake maker! Yum! Max and I wanted to see some of the same things so we left the hostel around 9:30 and took the metro into town. We started by going to the Museum of Communism (my pick) which detailed the history of communism in Czech ...
... vehicles i nthe Nazi extermination camp at Chelmno upon Nerr in Poland. The women were sent to Ravensbruck concentration camp which usually meant quick or lingering death for the inmates."
The Nazis didn't stop there however and finished the job by completely razing the entire city, even exhuming their cemetery. They even tore down every single tree, except one. And the only reason that tree survived was because the Nazis thought the blast from blowing up the church killed ...
... at TGI Friday's. Yes, they even have American culture in Prague.
Blair had to leave to go back to the flat to get ready to fly, so Denise and I carried on spending more time in the Old Town Square, taking pictures, enjoying the scenery and having some wine. Denise bought a beautiful piece of artwork: Spray Paint Art. It was soo fascinating to watch the artist create this work. He even has a Facebook Page. Must remember to ...
... were stacked up because there wasn’t enough space). My tour around the square lasted four hours, I stood and walked in 14-degree weather (which I had never experienced this before in my life!), and then I signed up for a two-hour castle tour.
By the end, my knee really hurt and I was a limping to every place. But I pushed through to make the most out of my last night there. For dinner, I met up with the girls (who I was supposed to travel with) since we were in ...