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Before leaving Wurzberg we took a tour of the Wurzberg Residenz. We went through the beautiful gardens, then inside and went through the many rooms. Built in the 1700's it was partly destroyed during the war. They reconstructed the many rooms that were damaged. Beforehand they had taken many photos and removed the tapestries and ...
... area converted into a cafe - the decor is great and the cake desserts were excellent - redemption for the lunch! After that we had to cross the square to go to the Charles Bridge (Karluv Most). Built in the 14th century - this is Prague's most celebrated structure. The 1,700 ft span across the river links the old town to the Prague castle. I think that every tourist in town was trying to cross the bridge both ways. Strolling ...
... and bulky. It was about a 15 minute walk to the post office, so you could imagine how uncomfortable that would be with a 7kg box in your hands. But thankfully the low cost of sending the boxes made up for it. It was only about 30 euro to send my parcel. On the way back to the hostel we stopped into the supermarket to spend the last of our Czech money and we bought a feast and then had a picnic in our room before calling it an early ...
... was amazing news! After having spent a few great days with Rodrigo, I was definitely not ready to say goodbye to this great character and friend. He will come join me in Belgrade next weekend and we'll probably do: Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, Montenegro, and Sofia together. After lunch we spent a last few moments together in a nearby park with great views on the old city. I made it on time to catch my 5.39 train to Bratislava just to run into delay after delay. I'm happy ...
... expression, "like a kid in a candy shop"? That was me.
We scampered into line, eager to join the festive cake-sharing. Standing in line, I was bubbling over with excitement. Community outreach, especially when it involves food, is fantastic.
The cake was made in the name of a human rights movement. I apologize for not knowing much more beyond that...my Czech language ability is rather limited.
Surrounding the area, ...