Apartment Letna I
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... feet disinfected briony was being treated with some heavy handed massage tricks by the tiniest little lady ever. I slowly lowered my feet into the tank being wary of my ticklish nature and hoping I didn’t judo kick the lady helping my tootsies into the water. My disgusting heels went in first and I almost did kick her it was so ticklish. The little critters attacked my heels like a fat kid on weight watchers with a cupcake! It was pandemonium in that tank and my foot was ...
... br> Beginning with with just nine kilometres of track running from Kacerov to Florence, the major bus station near the city, the C Line was soon extended towards Haje (or Kosmonautu as it was then called), which is in fact just two stops along the track from where I'm staying currently. Four years later the second line running from Praha's inner north-west (Dejvice to be exact) to the south-east was opened and finally the opening stages of the B Line (Yellow) ...
... to the castle. I asked the guards at the front gate if they were the kind who weren't allowed to talk, and didn't get a response. I said, "I'll take that as a no." What I would have liked to ask them is where to go to see the spot of the famous defenestration of Prague. Instead, I just walked in and wandered around, hoping that I'd find a sign or somebody who knew.
Inside the walls, it's basically a small town. There are a few shops and ...
... a backdrop of a theatre or something. We found out later on our tour that the President was meeting with some artists and they asked him why they haven't lit up the city, because it's so beautiful. This was right after they became the Czech Republic, so it's not like they had the money to do something like that. Later the artists sent £35,000 to find e lighting of the castle. We can now all thank The Rolling Stones for the lights in ...
... all suffered a howler of a cold and had a few grumbly days, but flaming bins of Raku and the all right wood firing (nudging 1400 degrees at the bottom!) helped us rally. We toasted Czech sausages over a bonfire and enjoyed chapattis and wild fried mushrooms.
United as friends we rode back in Prague and settled into hostels and explored the city, catching up for beers and food each night until it was time for us to fly and bus back home.