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"High up in the sky on a lonely weather eye
And I was caught in your terminal wind
I tried to recognise the plausible surprise
but I was caught in the laughter and the happiness of sin.
Stoned in a glasshouse, thrown to the water
where the crooks and the immigrants live
I asked the universe 'cause the universe says yes
but have I ruined every chance that I get?
... make a brew, I was horrified to discover that we had picked up a carton of sour milk (who drinks this stuff?). As my cup of tea curdled, so did my mood, and I went to bed feeling a little unimpressed by our time in Prague.
After an uncomfortable night's sleep, we had breakfast in our room - doughnuts and bread rolls from the local supermarket - before heading out again into the city. En route to the Charles Bridge, Mr H spotted ...
... day on the tourist trail today - I am falling asleep as I type. The kids can't keep up with all the walking and tend to lose interest as their energy flags. So we decided to take an electric golf buggy tour of the city. Electric golf buggy, you ask?? Yes, good question! You can get a tour around Prague in just about any kind of vehicle that you can think of. We've seen: - horse and carriages; - segways; - stretched vintage alfa romeos; - any number of ...
... across the city each boast a jagged spire that stretches toward the sky. Ordinary city streets stretch as far as the eye can see in stripes of pastels as each building is painted a different shade of yellow, pale blue, or pink. Domes and church steeples can be seen peeking above the fairy tale red brick roofs all over the city. It's completely enchanting and like nothing we've ever seen. There can't possibly be any other city in the world that looks like Prague.
... major attraction we saw was the Charles Bridge. Just before the bridge tower, there is a statue of Charles IV, the Emperor in the 14th century. The bridge was fairly empty when we arrived since it was early. We crossed the bridge and entered Little Quarter. Our first stop was Kampa Island. It is considered an island because it is surrounded by a brook (?) separating it from the Litlle Quarter. In the park, Kamil showed us a statue of ...