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... places we've been so far. We ordered and they brought up some complimentary bread. Awkwardly, they hadn't brought a plate for us so we just assumed that we were supposed to use the little stacked glass bowls that were places next to the balsamic and olive oil. Mid using the glass bowls, the waiter came along and brought us a plate...turns out we had actually been using ashtrays. So awkward but also hilarious!
Lunch seemed to be full ...
... royals throwing two Catholic pamphleteers out of the window. The Catholics believe they were saved by angels who caught them, while the Protestants believe they fell into a heap of horse manure! This resulted in the Thirty Years' War in Prague. Rather interesting history!
We headed down from the Castle and headed towards the river. We did walk pass a very impressive statue which were off two men peeing on what looked like Czechoslovakia. ...
... on a 10 min walk to stock up and gave mike free licence to buy whatever he wanted to make dinner, only fair. Got everything we wanted and started back home, the boys got waylaid in an "absinthe" bar, every second shop is an absinthe bar here. Matt bought a bottle to bring back, not my taste but they had a couple each, and Jenna had hers with lemonade.
Next day we went exploring, over the Charles bridge, up to the Prague Castle, found lovely cafe at the ...
... photographic work and oil paintings he had done over the years. He really was incredibly talented. We also sat down and watched a short film about his life which we both really enjoyed - we had no idea he had designed a whole stained glass piece for St Vitus Cathedral (which made it even harder to swallow that we had missed the opening times!)
We then hopped straight on the train to Berlin, which is where I am typing from right now. Words ...
... and chose that of Hitler's favorite composer - Wagner. I guess there must have been hell to pay!
We then joined a "free walking" tour of the old town area and learned among other things about "defenestration", the act of throwing people out of windows to get rid of them. The first of these events occurred with 27 Protestants who had managed to enrage the townsfolk. As a result they were chased up the clock tower and had to jump out of the ...
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