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... black with very shadowy, dark lighting. It is dramatic!! We strolled to the town square then headed to the Kolkovne Restaurant, recommended by our hotel rep for its authentic Czech food. We were seated in the non- smoking basement. I ordered classic rabbit & Jimmy got wild boar. Both were delicious. We ended the evening walking around the square listening to music & watching rock candy being made at the chocolate museum. Jim agrees that Prague is a very romantic ...
... br> There was no rest for the weary that day, only a quick stop for pizza and "big sausage", and then we were off to meet Martin Mahovec, a professor here in Prague who participated in and is now a specialist in the history of the Underground music part of the Czech dissident movement of the 1970s and 1980s. Martin was very engaging and funny, and we enjoyed his talk about the importance of rock and roll and poetry in helping to build resistance ...
... similar to our familiar Goldschlager. Anyone hungry? This tantalizing renaissance has not been simply contained to the kitchen but has also transformed The Czech Republic's most popular pastime, drinking. Once known only for beer, beer, and more beer, innovative and artistic craft cocktail lounges popping up around the country's largest city have made ordering an adult beverage refreshingly more involved than a simple decision of light or dark. Don't get me wrong, there are ...
... port one day
Margó will not be waiting.
My heartache is a storm
... 30 in funky restaurants - but a tub of apparently authentic Czech cuisine - potatoes, cabbage, and bacon - might set you back $20 from a street vendor. In the markets are blacksmiths plying the ancient trade complete with foot bellows and coal fires making candlesticks for the tourists, beside vendors selling fridge magnets (the picture is Prague but you know it comes from China). Everywhere beer, and coffee, and laughter and music. In the Old Town Square, I watched ...