Happy Prague Apartments
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... square and cathedral at night. What a great city and very alive at night.
We of course had some Sacher Torte, an original Viennese pastry and saw how the Austrians vewed the Opera if they could not go,,,, on a big screen. People were also walking around the streets in ballgowns. very classy.
We also found the Jewish qaurter with a few families getting ready fo Shabbat. We then went back to our hotel and brought in Shabbat ourselves
And.. i was feeling good, so i tried to settle into a rhythm and maintain it till 14km. The course mostly followed the river and crossed over a few bridges which provided a nice view when I reminded myself to take a look at the scenery. I managed to pace the race perfectly as i averaged 4min/k's exactly to finish in a time of 1:24:20. Previously i said the event was well organised, this was most evident in the aftermath as i guzzled ...
... part of Prague (and mostly by my own fault) is that my entire wallet with all my id's and credit and debit cards and about $300 was stolen. I now have experienced pick-pocketing. Luckily I remained very calm about it and came to realize that it is only plastic and some cash. I still had a whole amazing trip ahead of me and I could live off the food I got at our free breakfasts if I had to. Luckily, my friends on the ...
... be met by Mr Viking River Cruises who took us outside to our coach. A short drive and we were at our hotel, the Hilton, overlooking the river. After collecting our keys had a quick coffee while waiting for luggage to be brought to our room, then straight back out to start exploring. Ended up in Wenceslas Square where we had dinner at Como Restaurant, sitting outside. Had ...
... hall houses, dating back to the mediaeval 1200s with subsequent Gothic layers on top.
Yesterday's exploration was one side of the river, today is the other. Gisela and Walter have seen a piece of art on the Charles Bridge and want to see more of the artist's work at his studio nearby.
After a late breakfast, we set out to the west of our apartment with a plan ...