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... vibe' around the streets.
We found an interesting mode of transport for the last 200m home from the Square: a 7-seater round bicycle! All of us pedaling, all facing the centre of the circle (so some of us had our backs to the direction of travel) and one poor man trying to steer our way through the hooting and cheering crowds. What a laugh!
The evening finished with a toast to our time together over a bottle of ...
... city centre.
On Tuesday (Aug 19) I went on a walking tour of the city, afterwards grabbing lunch with some people from the tour. We all planned to do the pub crawl later that night and went our separate ways until later, I took a bit of a nap and the headed out for the night. The first bar started with free drinks for an hour, so I had a couple shots of absinthe and flavoured vodka as well as a ...
... triangle of interchanges). Naturally the war intruded, and in the post-war years with the dramas of the Soviet occupation/invasion/liberation (depending upon your political standpoint) and subsequent 'conversion of the proletariat to the Communist way of life" the entire project was put off until the 1960's when once again the project was revisited.
I read on an official Czech site that the Czech Government decided in 1971 to purchase Russian made ...
... is that there is no automatic ticket machine at that stop, so if you want a ticket for the next day, you should buy it wherever you bought your ticket for the first day, and just don't activate it until the next morning.
The hotel lobby is exactly what I would expect from a 4-star hotel. It was well-decorated, shiny and new. The service was excellent. The hallways and rooms probably weren't redecorated as recently, but they were ...
Some tips I picked up on my road trip to Prague
1) Souvenirs prices are in Czech crowns and REALLY reasonably priced. We bought a pen, metal flip top lighter, magnet, boxes of Prague matches, and a post card and spent 249 crowns or roughly 9 euros!
2) If you are driving your own car (or a rental) in Prague apparently there is a rule that at 3pm you must turn your headlights on...even ...