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After 52 days of mostly sunshine, finally the rains came. Morning was overcast but rain free, but then the lightning, cracks and thunder came down upon Old Prague Town, oh and a drenching downpour from the heavens, replete with hailstones the size of...errr...hailstones.
Luckily we managed to sneak in our free city tour with Harriet, from Bristol, before the heavens opened. Harriet loved Prague with a passion and had lived here for 18 ...
... our bags properly so we are ready to leave early in the morning.
Alarm set for 5am!
Remember this is a holiday!
We are heading by train to Ljubljana in Slovakia on our way down to Croatia.
Fruit juice anyone? - Each green barrel had a different juice apple, carrot, Beetroot, green grass etc.
Sausage anyone - One of the chillers at one of the food market stalls. How they sorted through them to find xyz or the abc sausage is hard to imagine.
... 10 mins away ....I felt like my mother after realizing i had made a big circle about three times :-). In the evening I went for drinks with a French lawyer, who lives in Prague, that I met at lunch, I was happy that he didn't turn out to be a killer and it was nice to get taken to some interesting places. We went to a couple of neat bars and then to the tv tower, Žižkov Television Tower. It is 216 Meters high so the restaurant inside gives a nice view of the ...
... Most people, especially those who didn't make it home until 7am decided to have water and soft drinks. It was a very lovely cruise and we saw Prague from a different perspective. From here we had free time again so we just wondered the streets and did some shopping. At 5, it was below 0 with a big wind so we decided to grab some warm market food for a pre-dinner snackdinner, I had a sausage on bread while Rachel had a shishkabab. ...
... violent transition of power in what was then Czechoslovakia. The period of upheaval and transition took place from November 17 to December 29, 1989. In large, popular demonstrations against the single-party government of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, were dominated by students and by older, established dissidents. The effect of these events was the end of 41 years of Communist rule in Czechoslovakia, and the subsequent conversion to ...