Barcelo Old Town Praha
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... We had a spicy sausage entree, then I had a kind of roast pork, with cabbage a bit like saurkraut, dumplings and bread and apple strudel for dessert. The restaurant was a little bit underground like the one in Vienna and also a brewery. So we all tried the well known Czech Budweiser beer (different, and much better, than the American Budweiser). On my free day in Prague I decided to have a little sleep in. I don't think anyone on this tour didn't sleep in ...
... to an all day tram ticket. Cost $6 each but you can ride on any public transport as many times as you want in 24hrs. Such a great way to see the city. You hop off at one stop and wait only a few minutes for the tram you want to take. We had lots of rides and got off at various places including a different lot of christmas markets where we had a sausage lunch with hot wine! yum!! Also yummy is the trdelnik which is a sweet bread that is cooked as a tube as shown in ...
... loved being with Anna. She even spoiled them by making them hot chocolate after they put the bread in the oven. I am pretty sure they were ready to move to Prague to live with her. :) We went up to our room for 30 minutes while the bread baked and then the kids ran down to check in With Anna to see how the bread had ended up. It came out nicely and she told us she would serve it at breakfast, but save us pieces. It was a wonderful day and all of us were quite exhausted by the ...
... gnocchi. Both were fantastic and we finished off our meal with a homemade apple strudel with vanilla icecream and caramel sauce. This morning we had a lot of things to see, the majority were going to be accomplished through another phenomenal walking tour by Sandemans. This time out guide was Filip, and as a true Czech he spared no details or bit of enthusiasm about his country and the art behind it. The tour started off in Old Town Square- we thought it started at 10:30 so we hurried ...
... she added a lot of context and explanation to what we were seeing. Two, she was able to get us to the front of the lines better and so we were able to beat some of the crowds at some of the places.
The first stop on the tour is the Old/New Synagogue. This synagogue is a very old Orthodox synagogue where the women and men have a full stone wall between their sections. The seats for the members line each wall, but one seat is chained off. It was the seat for somebody famous and ...