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... pretty much no one smiles. I should have known something was up when along with my key I was handed a ballot to write down what employee had the best smile. I've found that about 90% of the people that I say hi to (ahoy or dobree den in Czech) don't say hi back or even smile.
That said I'm finding Prague to be so much more than I ever expected! So much history, art, culture and at times in their past, way ahead of ...
... like to drink beer, head for Germany - 28cents for a 500ml can, then 25cents back to recycle!! No wonder they all drink beer and recycle - 4cents for a 500ml can!! You can also buy a bottle of good imported Aust. Wine for under 3euros ($4 - $5). We filled up with fuel for the 1st time in a week - around 60 euro - 1.20 euro/litre. (Nice surprise!) So, how's the driving going you ask? (1) we were " booked" on the first day as we didn't put our little clock on our dash when ...
... Bridge to the Castle Quarter. On Nerudova Street we saw stores for shopping and souvineer hunting along with quaint hotels and restaurants. It's a historic street linking the Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle.
St. Vitus Cathedral was our next stop. It is the largest and most important temple in Prague. Along with religious services the coronations of kings and queens took place here. It was begun in 925 but not completed until ...
... and sausages. In the central square, pigs were being roasted and the delightful aroma of wood smoke wafted around us. It’s like a bloody fairytale!
The following day we took a day-trip to "Kutna Hora," which is about an hour train ride away from Prague. We went here to see the fabulous bone church, which is exactly what it sounds like. The bones of 40,000 people have been used to decorate the church in elaborate ways- there are chandeliers, pyramids, ...
... was and the height of the building, I had to sit on the concrete to get some good pictures. Trouble was, I didn't have any motivation to then get back up!! After I'd had my tantrum and hauled myself back up we then had to try and work out a way to get back down this giant hill and back across town. We found a sign that showed a path down the hill and followed it.. Probably should have had my suspicions up when the signs ...