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... n then out for a walk up to the Castle. It was pretty warm n the streets were crowded w tourists. It made us appreciate our 5AM experience.
-we negotiated the crowds until we needed a break n some lunch. We wisely bailed on a seat at a hot beer garden n nearly bailed. Lonely Planet to the rescue told us about an Asian place
that served plenty of veggie dishes.
-we navigated there n had a decent lunch but not overly spectacular. A weary n hot walk back n we were pleased to ...
... basement also had an icebar. First floor was current dance music (and was my favourite floor), second floor was 80s disco, complete with a lighted up coloured disco floor. I could not get Tash off this floor as she snorkelled and discoed her way around the floor, I tried to tolerate the music but once the grease megamix came on I lost my patience and waited at the door until Tash was done. Third floor was hip hop / r&b, which was easily the busiest floor, ...
... the history I now know why they are the biggest beer drinking nation in the world. The tour was good then had to tip the lady for her services as that's how she gets paid. We also saw the astronomical clock which it is famous for. We walked over the Charles Bridge and then had a late lunch. As walked so far decided to have our meal local as another big day tomorrow. Time is flying, they say when having ...
... my new favorite beer. Our host filip can probably name every pub and brewery in Prague, likely because they're one of the highest per capita beer drinkers in the world. We saw moms with their toddlers down beers during lunch. With the help of filip's friend who's a tour guide, we embarked on an informal tour of the city, complete with a Czech pub crawl. First stop was a microbrewery in a monastery. Took us a while to get our heads around the fact ...
... but it is still uncommon to display any obvious patriotic symbols.
The third bar was just as much for food as it was for beer. I ordered the unfiltered Pilsner and a giant hunk of pig knuckle still on the bone. The meat was deliciously fatty and crisp on the outside. It came with the freshest horseradish I have ever tasted. It was so, so perfect. So perfect…
The last bar was an underground soviet style bar similar to the one I had been ...