Hanspaulka Pension B&B
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... you want to walk back to later, but not this time.
We also took a river boat (not ship) trip, which was a bit different as well - just a ride no talking. Got some views of city sights not otherwise seen, but a bit bland. The driver had a cane lounger and a great job!
Among the various modes of transport to help you see the sights was bicycles, segways and horse and carriage. We have seen all of these before, but there is no doubt the ...
... perfect weather and it was so inexpensive. We ate like kings for less than 10euros everywhere! It's growing as a touristy place, but the street music and orange-roofed buildings maintain it's old, and off the beaten track feel. The only downfall? Smoking everywhere, including in restaurants!
We then took a four hour bus to Linz, Austria and switched onto a one hour train to Salzburg, Austria. I CAN'T EVEN BEGIN TO DESCRIBE THIS BEAUTIFUL PLACE. Salzburg ...
Kitty and Brad moved from Moody, MO, State of the Ozarks, population 200 or thereabouts to Prague, large, cosmopolitan, nothing like "back home". But they are thriving. Kitty understands much Czech and speaks some, Brad too and he speaks quite well - an amazing feat. We spent this day with them and saw just a fraction of their new home town through their loving eyes.
Every square in the Czech Republic
Is anchored by a huge church
... 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, ...
... dinner and headed back to the hotel. Upon our return, we ran into Anna, a nice gal that works at our hotel. The kids just loved her and told her all about our day. Anna invited the kids to help her make some lemon bread, which they could not refuse. I had them go upstairs and take baths and then we all headed down to the small kitchen to help Anna cook. The owner of hype hotel was so kind no happy the kids were helping cook in the kitchen. The kids were great helpers ...