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Our days included several visits to Prague Castle, goulash, the Old Town Astronomical Clock, fried camembert with cranberry sauce, a classical music concert, more goulash, puppet and toy stores, pivo (Czech word for beer), Charles Bridge, more goulash in bread bowls, and tons of walking. Our time in Prague was so enjoyable, and we all decided that we would return here for sure. Several travel ...
We slept till 11. I felt so gross after last nights munchie fix that I got Cory to come running with me. I am out of shape! Running was hard. I think we ran 5-6 km. I showered while Cory made soup then we laid on the couch. I was tired all afternoon. We watched transformers. The plan for supper was spaghetti. The meat we bought was ...
... keep it short, ride the funicular up and prepay for the day's metro pass. One funicular goes up, and one comes down so don't expect a rapid departure. We didn't time our visit, as the noon hour was accompanied by several hundred others looking for a fast lift to the vistas of Petrin Hill. Bypass the first stop (restaurant) and continue to the top. Aside from the National Memorial observation deck, Petrin Hill affords the best city views anywhere. If you're adventurous, pay ...
... from amusing, to annoying (as the rain stopped and we wanted to make the most of the gap), to hilarious as the clerk wrote on this bit of paper and that, circled important parts on the card machine receipt, on the normal receipt, shuffled the papers into the correct order, reviewed each pile to make sure they all contained the right bits and pieces, and then just as I thought she was finished, she needed to stamp each of four receipts. After about 300 years of waiting, ...
... were originally erected in the 1700s. Although today many are replicas, walking along ...