At the Old Lady (U stare pani)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I, in Spanish. They make errors but are learning from them. And they have taught me some of the subtle differences of the various Spanish cuss words... On a more academic side, Anya has mastered how and when to use written accents on Spanish words, and she sings jingles listing the personal pronouns. Che says he understands the majority of what his teachers say in class now so school is a little smoother. He and Carlos continue to battle ...
... coffee, beer, cake and donuts we were feeling pretty full at this point so we decided to just share a meal. We ordered something which had bacon, chicken, potatos and cheese and it was one of the most delicious meals I've ever eaten.
The day was starting to drag at this point but I was keen to see Old Town and Charles bridge lit up at night so we had to stick around. Unfortunately being in Europe in the summer, this meant waiting around until after 9pm. ...
... went looking for tourist information or a map. The map outside the front doors wasn't a small enough scale - we walked down through the park and then didn't know which way to go. Back to the station and went back to ticketing 'general enquiries'. The girl tore a tourist map off the A4 pad and showed us the way - yes, back down through the park!! Then over the road and along 50 metres to a HUGE intersection:- a flyover with on and off ramps both sides, ...
... A beautiful collection of mostly Madonnas, with lots of St. Barbaras too (shout out to you, Barbara McDonough !). It really gives you a feel for how important Mary was for people in many different ways, and it made me miss my own kids even more than usual (shout out to you, Ronan and Maeve !).
Other adventures students had today: Carolyn and Carmen went to the Klementium, the old ...
... fun things. We've become friends with two different couples, Neil and Carolyn and Richard and Pat. Neil is from Pittsburgh and his Dad owned a store in East Liberty and Pap remembers his family buying things there. Richard and Pat spent much time in Europe on their sailboat. One of their relatives was once President of Avon. There is so much to do. There are demonstrations, games, and lectures going on all the time. The shows have been fantastic. We've seen a ...