Apartment Letna I
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... were ok. Not desperate to have them again. We happened to be wandering past the clock on the side of the town hall just before 9pm and joined the crowds of people waiting for the clock to chime. The clock was surprisingly low down - almost at street level! It is called the Astronomical clock as it tells sunrise, sunset, months, seasons and the time. When 9pm arrived, a small bell was ringing - pulled by a skeleton. Small windows opened at the top and small figures ...
... so instead we booked U Kroka, a more Czech style restuarant. They were already booked out until 9PM, so thankfully we'd had a few snacks that morning and could wait for a later lunch. I was very lucky that Bradley went out to a nearby bakery (Paul) to get us some lunch as I was enjoying myself too much in my bathrobe, lying on the bed. He brought back a yummy filled roll each (ham and salad), the bread was especially delicious, and we shared a blueberry tart. Quite quickly after ...
... think, anyway, we figured out and sat in the right car. We were on our way to Prague. The kids liked sitting in the food car because it had some cozy booths. On this train, the food car was attached to our car, so it was nice and close. However, after a few stops they had to come sit with us because it was getting full of people who were actually in there to eat. This was the only train that we were able to ...
... The old town is beautiful with ancient buildings and churches. There are so many of them! The square is really cool but also has a ton of tourists. I saw a crowd gathering near one of the churches and joined it because chances are something unique was going to happen. The giant clock tower began playing a tune on the hour. Again, I think these "special" clock shows are really overrated. However, when in Prague, I guess I have to be a typical tourist for ...
... high up and quite small so didn't photograph them. Lunch in the square and then a quick wash and off for our afternoons excursion. We walked to Wenceslas square to meet our tour, lots of shops of course including, C & A, Marks and Spencer, Debenhams, etc. We set off in a small bus and the tour was took 3 hours, it was impossible to do more than tell you what was what in that time suggesting you return and explore ...