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Parking in Prague

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Ursa major
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Parking in Prague

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I recently took my SP on a trip to Prague, to make the most of the last of the summer sunshine, and to see how it performed and how comfortable it would be on its first long trip. I am happy to say that it behaved faultlessly, was more comfortable than my daily driver and received a lot of attention on the road. Constant sunshine for 4 days driving over 2,000km, mainly off the motorways with the roof off all the way. Marvellous!

One of my concerns, however, was parking it in Prague. The last Airbnb I stayed at that advertised secure parking turned out to have an open air car park with an old man on a stool during daylight hours; pools of glass dotted around it showed the number of nightly break-ins.

This time, therefore, I made sure that I would have an underground secure space. I wasn't expecting this though:
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Maybe those of you who get out more than I do have seen such things before, but this is a first for me!

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Re: Parking in Prague

Post by Chris_R »

Those are very good, I did consider getting a single width one for my own garage (I have too many cars).

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Re: Parking in Prague

Post by John-B »

Chris_R wrote: Wed Oct 14, 2020 11:37 am Those are very good,
... as long as there is a crank handle to use during a power cut. :shock:

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