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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... waving his finger in the Nyet! action, so my horn and finger got a workout, and after he is directly digitally referred to #3, all was OK.
#6 wasn't at all amused when I asked how to get out of the forbidden area either.
So then to the parking building, where the guard called Halt, and then into the most pristine parking garage you have ever seen! We should have forgotten about the apartment and set the tent up in the carpark building. Two ...
... up Petrin Hill to explore the gardens. What we didn't know was that we were going to discover a medieval battle. Turns out, Prague was hosting this years Battle of the Nations. I had never heard of this before, but it is very popular in Europe. Basically, teams from all over the world come together in a city, put on layers of armor, grab their weapons, and start fighting in an arena. We actually got to talk to the USA team and hear about their ...
... the election by besmirching his opponent because he had a german sounding name (something-berg) and his wife was Austrian and doesn't speak Czech. The fact that Something-Bergs family have lived in the country for several centuries did not matter. After the election, some investigative journalists uncovered that Milos election campaign was funded by a Russian oil company. He's not very popular right now, but they get to vote him out in 5 years time
As we walked past ...
... station - if the lights are in our favour. It took less than an hour to walk down to Jiraskuv most (the bridge near the dancing house). I love that house - I had to use the photo that shows the legs too. The walk there was really interesting; no tables and chairs out on the street even though there were lots of shops. There was a lot of work going on - replacing the tram lines and putting down new pavers (tiny pavers) on the sidewalks. Lots ...
... get it up to a liveable standard, but to become a wonderful haven of a hostel. The girl on reception (one of the part owners) spent at least 15 minutes orienting me and recommending baths, pubs, clubs, sights, food places the works. When I was shown to my bed it was on an adorable mezzanine which meant I had a little space to myself which was amazing. The house itself is very eclectically put together and everything in it has been restored or built by the local creatives ...