Apartment Letna I
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... very hot here - about 28 degrees to day - so we are now having to pull some summer clothing out of its hiding spaces for the next few days!
After a bit of a rest we went for a walk about the Old Quarter, over the Charles Bridge, watched people fondling the statues that line the bridge, and say their prayers. We admired all the buskers, jewellery sellers, photography stands and portrait painters who frequent the bridge. ...
... it happening in front of me, the downsides of an overly creative, visual imagination. I have to get out of there, I walk around the gardens, return my headset and it's time to go. Sometimes you just can't see humanity ever truly being spectacular, these sorts of things reinforce that opinion within me.
Back on the coach we get, everyone is fairly quiet and sombre. I ask Victoria if I can help her think of names for a new chicken she has, using my brain to be ...
... to explore local specialty stores, such as cook wares. Meg and I were delighted to find Potten & Pannen (take a guess at what they have) and see kitchen gadgets we've never seen or heard of. Did I expect to buy glass storage containers and a piu colore alla tua pausa caffe, or what I referred to as the most awesome single cup stove top espresso maker? Never.....but guess what we're bringing back to the states? Three awesome kitchen gadgets that we've never seen before. Did ...
... we could have taken a taxi tour, but I like stopping and looking! I took some lovely photos, but will have to rely on Sarina and Alex's at some later stage! Stupid iPad!
Alex did his usual and we tried to get through walking by the River, but it a dead end, as restaurants had put walls for their outdoor areas right on the River bank. So we backtracked and went through the town. I kept dashing in to look at pashminas, as Lin ...
... be very popular with the locals. We had wanted to try a few dishes and so ordered a few of what we assumed would be small dishes judging by the price. When the waitress came to deliver our meal the food just kept coming and we ended up feasting like queens from what I swear could have fed a small army. We certainly got to try a selection of the local cuisine and beer for what would have cost the same as a Big Mac Combo in the UK. I ...