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... castle I suggested we go to Letna park for some cheap beers and should be a good view! Little did we know it was going to be a hike! About an hour later and couldn't find the cheap beers and food in the park we gave up because we were all starving! (I think both Jason and Tim were pretty irritated with me). So we finally sat down to get food I think we were all whipped from the day and had a few beers out in the Old Town Square and called it a ...
... a hat maker had an ostrich above his front door. Saw a house with boars, another with a horse! (Not sure who lived there!)
Our guide remembers that during the communist years, nobody was allowed to walk in the green space i.e. parks.
The Velvet Revolution of 1989 freed the Czechs from communism.
They claim to have the best beer in the world!
Tomorrow we have a full-day excursion to Prague ...
... immediately into a tollway. Busses and trucks have the equivalent of an "Easy Pass" which has an audible "beep" when it passes a toll.
We arrived at the Prague Hilton Old Town and, wishing not to enrich or encourage Paris Hilton, we said goodbye to our guide and the people participating in the enrichment program that followed the official end of the cruise, and used a private car to go to our hotel, the Four Seasons. Using a ...
... was extremely beautiful. We would be walking across the bridge while admiring the post card worthy view, and would turn around and immediately be hit with a view that was 10X better (if even possible) than the one ahead. Kathryn So highlights for me ... Hot chocolate !!! I had two in a row ! Ridiculously good .. The sugar high lasted me for 3 days ! We went on a little city tour with a true Czechezlavakjan. She took us ...
... that you weren’t. This was almost a razor back, so narrow was the ridge and it eventually joined the main part of the Beacons. The view was extensive but we didn’t linger because a heavy bank of fog was quickly rolling over the Beacons towards us. We also meandered around the crumbing castle ruin at Longtown.
David wanted to get another wheel for the car from a place near Bath so after we had collected that we went on to Wells and ...