Oasis Prague Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Another day, another country. This time it was a first for the whole family, with us travelling to Prague in the Czech Republic. The history of European cities is amazing and truly puts into perspective how young Australia really is. We stayed in an excellent two-bedroom apartment in 01 area (old city) of Prague where we were surrounded by …
... feel?? I just wanted to curl up and run away but I knew I could not do that so I just had to face the music and live with it.
But I knew I had the correct day and the correct details. My print off told me so.
We were right. Smartwings stuffed up. Not me. We were in the right place at the right time but there was No Flight.
So we either forget going to Prague and stay in Paris but we had our accommodation waiting for us fully booked and paid ...
... the 1980’s Communist regime. It was here on The John Lennon wall that young ...
... the most satisfying. Along the road side there was a small table with homemade blackberry jam that we decided to add to our food collection and we ate it every single day for the rest of the trip, it was delicious. There were also seals on the rocks right across from the stand and they conveniently left a pair of binoculars there for people to use so we had a good time actually seeing seals up close(ish). We decided to spend the night in Borgabraut, another tiny coastal ...
... cover songs of everything from the Cranberries to U2. The music, plus the cool autumn night made for the perfect end of the day. Sunday, though it was my actual birthday, was kind of a drag. We were woken in the wee hours of the night by some incredibly rude German tourists who were also staying in our room at the hostel. They waltzed in, blitzed out of their minds, at around 3am and proceeded to turn the lights on and off as they came and went through the ...