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... lizards, mudskippers, **** ones of the bats and monkeys, great ones of the polar bear and hippo.
Eventually we found the giraffe and zebra enclosure. The hoofed beasties were off in the distance, but Donny was happy. Just then the regular monsoon hit and all the giraffes trotted over to shelter under a tree right next to Donny. She was ecstatic, if a ...
... and Municipal House Hall are located. Municipal House Hall is a beautiful Art Nouveau concert and performance hall built in 1912 by the city of Prague. We took an interesting tour and learned about the history of the building. We learned that it still functions as a concert venue today and anyone can rent it out (if you can afford it). I told Mom maybe I will hold my wedding reception here one day...
During our tour it began to rain outside. The wind ...
... giant outdoor market! They had food carts, jewelry, clothes, tourist wares, beer and more. Most of this area of town is not fully open to cars, I have found in past travels that most of Europe is like this. It is just so amazing to see so many people walking around a downtown! I could name off the many economic benefits, but I am not here to do that! There were some great buskers, including a didgeridoo player with ...
... her watching her youtube clips.. All sipping on our wine we finally made our way through the town and went to the restaurant for lunch. The town was actually really cute to walk through. We all sat down, we sat down next to a really lovely couple from Victoria so talked to them about their trip etc.. had a beer and some Czech food! I had beef goulash in bread bowl (tooo much bread and not enough soup) but it was nice, Ludlow had a mushroom soup and the girls had a beef goulash ...
... between our countries. (Incidentally, I can't believe it's been 20 years since the dissolution of Czechoslovakia... I still keep wanting to call it that, instead of the Czech Republic and Slovakia) Anyway, the time flew by during our discussion, and it was nice to actually have a proper conversation, as I haven't really done that since (I think) the Egypt tour finished!
We arrived in Prague, said our goodbyes, and went our separate ways. Poor Helena ...