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... seats in Second Class facing forward. The train showed up bang on time, we climbed aboard Car 257, and instantly found great seats. Awesome! Not so much -_- Eastern European train travel rookies that we are, and with a ticket written only in Czech, we soon discovered we had no place being on Car 257 -- First Class (damn nice car though). Quick, pile off the train and make the mad dash up the track to our car before the doors close! That's ...
... that served quality Pivo. So, after skirting several thousand tourists, river crossings, bear fighting and a couple of stray Panzer Divisions, they finally found this mythical Monastery and enjoyed some excellent amber nectar.
Stefano had been to a Beerfest in a park the day before and still had some beer tickets left. So, the intrepid pair set off once more to brave the public transport system of Prague and eventually came across a beer ...
... across the city each boast a jagged spire that stretches toward the sky. Ordinary city streets stretch as far as the eye can see in stripes of pastels as each building is painted a different shade of yellow, pale blue, or pink. Domes and church steeples can be seen peeking above the fairy tale red brick roofs all over the city. It's completely enchanting and like nothing we've ever seen. There can't possibly be any other city in the world that looks like Prague.
... Second Defenestration of Prague. If you would like to know what that is, do we have a class for you ! Ask any one of us -- we will tell you ! I think our guide was a bit taken aback by our enthusiasm, but Prof. Taylor and I were proud of the students' proper respect for this relic of history !
Sigh. Another great day. And more to come !
PS: Did I mention that some folks got to shoot crossbows at the Castle??
... dough wrapped around a thick wooden pole, baked and brushed with sugar and cinnamon. Next morning we found old town square and then headed for the Charles bridge over the Danube. We wanted to get to the castle to see the changing of the guard. Getting from old town square over the Charles bridge and to the castle meant running the gauntlet of tour operators, concert spruikers and souvenir shops which have overtaken ...