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... with all the lanes, some have pleasant surprises, some look dodgy. Lots of people who look like they live on the street...these are ones going thru bins...v sad.
Lots of segways and pretty cheap, didn't try them but we have used them before, easy and fun
Dinner tonight was supposedly a Czech specialty, Bohemian Duck with red cabbage....was good but once is enough
Back in the road tomorrow...to ...
... as needed.
Bottled Wine - Not sure about the excellent. Maybe Simon did the signs?
Rachel's local café - It is not quite local as it is quite a few tram stops from her accommodation and from the Prague School of Economics. She spends quite a bit of time!
The kitchen - No not the hotel's kitchen but Rachel's kitchen. Small fridge and a hot plate. They had to buy pans to use on the hot plate.
The bedroom - You can see why she wanted to have a sleep in our bed at ...
... for dinner, meeting Martin, Bettie's boyfriend, then off to pub for first Czech beers before club for rap gig. Understood only swear words but great atmosphere, catchy tunes with sax/flute, guitar, bass/keyboard and DJ on decks.
Sleep in while B and L went to work early, in to town for lunch, meeting L’s boyfriend and then to art gallery for Anton Muncha’s The Slav Epic, enormous paintings depicting a narrative of Slavic history. ...
So this past weekend I went to Moravia. The Czech Republic is divided into two sections, Moravia makes up the South Eastern part while Bohemia consists of the North Western part. Prague is the capital of the Bohemian part, while Brno is the capital of the Moravian part. The two get along but they are apparently competitive with one another.
Unfortunately, Megan did not sign up for this activity but everyone else left on Saturday. We had amazing weather the ...
... a lot of stores in the area selling beautiful crystal vases and chandeliers. So it was fun to shop around and waste some time until our night train at nine thirty. All six of the couchettes on our night train were full and two of the girls had enormous suitcases so there was almost no room to breath in there. Our beds were pretty hard too but I slept like a log and so did Nathan. We were really tired. It wasn't long until we woke up in ...