The Bridge B&B
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... the way.
We had to cross the Charles Bridge to get there. What an amazing relic from the old days. Every man and his dog also went across the bridge today. It was soo busy.
After taking the wrong directions we found the church and Sandy was adopted by some Phillipinos on a pilgrimage. Sandy stayed for a ...
... of one. Our guide had told me the name which I couldn't remember, but he said it is a traditional pastry so it wouldn't be hard to find. He was correct! Yippee!! I asked for a fresh one then just oohed & awed over it all the way back to the hotel. We are all packed & Jim has checked us in, so God willing we will be home tomorrow night with no incidents to report. We are both ready to see JB & Traci Sebastian & Gretchen & catch up with our ...
... on at all.
In the glass cutting area where they separate the good bit from the rest of the mould and throw the scrap into a big bin there was no safety equipment, and in the engraving area, where glass dust mixed with water was everywhere, only one person had a breathing mask on and no one wore safety glasses.
A very interesting tour and a pleasure to see ...
... up. This gave a much closer view of the painted ceilings and the statues of saints and cherubs. Quite grand for a barn. Next stop was the KGB museum. Now the KGB is a dirty word here these days but for years the Russian secret service were everywhere. Neighbours spied in neighbours. Our guide from yesterday had explained that during the communist years people would not invite their friends or neighbours over for dinner, they would prefer to meet out at a restaurant, ...
... Unfortunately, it was pretty underwhelming in my opinion. There were LOTS of people, but the venues were not anything special. Our last stop was at a 5 floor club (each floor with different type of music) that included an ice bar. The ice bar isn't as cool as the pictures online (as any traveler should know). We did meet a couple cool people. They were engineering students from Norway!
I think I am ready to call it a night and sleep in tomorrow. Ciao!
-- Ryan L.