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... the old city and via the supermarket on the way back for ham and salad with cheese, olives and salami with pre dinner drinks.
Saturday morning we headed for the Jewish Quarter what a blue, it was the Sabbath everything was closed a day of rest for the "four by twos". We still had a good look around and then more of the old and new city, then back via the supermarket, the menu for dinner was similar to the previous night with the addition of ...
Prague! The city of a hundred spires. We arrived at our hostel late afternoon, keen to begin exploring. We prepared to leave immediately, aiming to walk around the Old Town and orientate ourselves with the environment, but then decided we were hungry and tired. Plan changed, we found a nice Czech restaurant and enjoyed some local delicacies. A huge plate of meat, containing ribs, wings, sausage and pork chops, was just what I needed after a long ...
... occupation era and last evening had the final group dinner up in the castle grounds. It was good food spectacularly served. Walked again today before breakfast to the George Bridge and appreciated it more without the thousands of fellow tourists of yesterday.
Got to go and finalise our airport transfer for 3.30am tomorrow morning.Apparently we are the only lucky ones to score this flight.so folks this is it and will see you all soon.
... 4 digits) on the 9th of July at 5:31 (the rest of the digits) Weird!
Lots of graffiti in Prague.
Astrological Clock (600 years old) - fascinating. MC and I climbed to the top for wonderful views of Prague.
John Lennon wall: Once a normal wall, since the 1980s it has been filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and pieces of lyrics from Beatles songs. It was a source of irritation for the ...
... loud music and strobe lights blasted your senses for about ten minutes before your over stimulated brain accompanied your squished body out to the cool night air. Hmmmmm.... think we made the wrong choice. Still it's all an experience!
So we come to the end of this blog. Tomorrow our commute to Kelowna will take us 30 hours. The joy of flying with Aeroplan.
So where will our next journey take us???? I'm thinking Bhutan!