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... felt like staying out in the heat for much longer, so we all went back to our hostel for a swim and sauna (no idea why we ended up going in the sauna when the whole idea was to get cool!).
For dinner that night we ended up in a little pub where the waitresses didn’t speak much English, and with our lack of Czech skills, ordering food and drinks was a bit of a challenge. We got there in the end though!
After dinner we got some drinks from a convenience store then sat in ...
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The environment for drinking beer n the Czech Republic covers the entire range of imagination, clientele, location, levels of service and dare I say, outright determination not to be without! In terms of pubs and hostelries (or hospoda) the core group of beer drinkers are rural, there being only one million people in Prague itself. The rural pub is typically pretty ...
Onwards and Upwards to Prague
After eating and celebrating Ghislain and Daria's wedding and mingling and eating and celebrating and eating some more for the past few days it was time to make the next step in our journey to Prague.
About half the wedding celebrants left on Thursday to reconvene in Prague, many of them on the bus organized for us.
The bus ride had many twists and turns as it weaved through ...
... postcards to my family in Texas. Lunch was great as well,having hot ravioli covered in cheese on a rainy day makes a person feel like a ray of sunshine. I’m going to spend all day translating so nothing exciting is going to happen. Well,aside from dinner,fried chicken covered in cheese with ...
... back at the main station. He did remember the name of the hotel, the Akcent but we had to ask many people, most of whom had little English for directions. We finally went into another hotel and they kindly printed out a google map for us. We had walked in quite a large circle and actually right past our hotel early in the piece. It only took us 2 hours to get here from the main station, almost as long as ...