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After a light breakfast, we farewelled Rothenburg and headed off for Prague. We were watching the highway for a sign after about 3:15 mins looking for a 'Welcome to the Czech Republic' sign. It was so small we nearly missed it! We had to pay a border fee of 16 euros and then tried to find an ATM that would change euro to kroner! The exchange rate …
... It was just a short walk back to the Old Town Square where the tour concluded.
As it was now a few minutes to 1pm we waited under the Astronomical Clock to watch it chime. The performance begins with a skeleton ringing a bell and on the opposite side a man tapping his cane, then two windows open at the top and the apostles are paraded past. This all takes about 30 seconds then the bell chimes and it's all over ...
... doorbell a couple more times. My desperate jamming came up successful, and yellow light painted the staircase that was previously black as the night we stood in. We We danced and cheered a bit, and once we were let in and checked in and all of our eggs were in order, we searched for the nearest food we could get our hands on. We were ravenous. After the meal of champions (all the Mexican food Prague had to offer), we crawled to bed in a room we could never imagine belonging to ...
... traditional for our first night, ordering a variety of Czech foods and beers to try. We ordered the Pečená kachna (roast duck), Pork knuckle, Czech Goulash (a stew like meal) and all of our meals came with dumplings (in a variety of flavours). We even tried the Czech soft drink Kofola (which was like cheap branded cola meets medicine- quite interesting!) We explored more of Prague the next day, starting at the Dancing Lady building, ...
... chance. The first bar left a lot to be desired, however. It was dark, smoky, overcrowded, and the bar service was awful - the only upside was that there was WiFi there. It certainly gave me something to do. As we went to move on to our next club, casualties of Europe's liberal spirit pouring had already begun to emerge. Laura, Lisa, Darryn, and I cut our night short to accompany Siobhan back to the hostel - her antics were the highlight of our night! I wish I was exaggerating ...