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Today we did nothing and it was fabulous! Cory made bacon and eggs for breakfast. We found a app that allowed us to steam English movies to the samsung smart tv so we watched half of the hobbit before it stopped. The app wants you to pay for the upgrade so it only lets you watch a portion. I found the free section so we watched flubber. I wanted a frappachino and the one ...
... naturally had her own keys so she collected our bags for us and delivered them to us while we were sound asleep.
Bags delivered, managed to have a decent sleep so things are looking up.
Really enjoyed our walk down to the Farmer's Market where we tasted some local produce.
Czech beer for Paul, Goulash which we shared for lunch along with a yummy little Poppy Seed bun. Bbq fish looked and smelt great but we could not fit it ...
... hotel and have an early night.
We departed Munich on the coach for Prague with a 2 hour stop en route at Nurenberg. Another pretty little German town filled with bakeries, savory strudels, pretzels and of course sausages.
On arrival in Prague, we did the optional folklore excursion with unlimited beer and was a fun night. We had a few more drinks in the hotel when we returned.
We had a full day ...
... Krakow. I guess bars of this type are common in Eastern Europe, as a way to poke fun at the communist heritage. We sat together and drank our last beers. Beer is certainly a great uniting tool, perfectly exemplified by nights like these. After a few hours we parted ways. I’ve discovered it’s hard to distribute my Facebook profile with a name as common as Jeff Davis, but I did my best. I walked through the square back to my hostel for a good night’s ...
... got our own private room with couches and relaxed there for a couple hours. Courtney did some writing while I layed on the couch sipping tea and blowing smoke rings.
Early in the morning, we walked over to the bus stop and caught a bus out of Zipserland and headed northwest to a city called Poprad. There we caught another bus that would take us to the border town just before Poland. We were in a place called the High Tatras Mountains and it was so pretty there, especially ...