Prague City Apartments Residence Brehova
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We had a couple of nice French guys in our room that had said they were going out in the old town that night and had asked if we wanted to come along.
Through Eastern Europe it's still ok to smoke anywhere and everywhere, clubs, pubs and restaurants you name it. We went down into this bar that was like a big old cellar. The ventilation was nonexistent and the smoke was thick. After only a couple of drinks we decided to get out of there, ...
... utilizing people power, skim back and forth like water bugs. It was a very nice first evening in Prague.
The next day we enjoy the small breakfast buffet at U Tri Bubnu. Breakfast in Europe is usually a variety of bread and baked goods, complemented by lunch meat, cheeses, spreads and cereals. Occasionally there are soft boiled eggs and at more expansive buffets, scrambled eggs. It really isn't a problem to fill up on what is ...
... round. And there are indeed thousands of them. Every hour on the hour, they gather in the Old Town Square to witness the centuries old Astronomical clock, a relic saved from fire, water, flood, occupation and just about everything else that was thrown at it over its time. Of all of the pick-pocket havens in Europe, this area was surely the most bulging with opportunity. Tourists with fat wallets hanging out their back pockets were so absorbed by what they were seeing above them, ...
... is named, with birth and death dates. It will take more than six years to go through each name. So many families utterly destroyed. So many children, girls like Anne Frank trying to have a normal life. Living so far away, in our isolated continent, these events have had little, impact on our lives. We finished our day with a stroll through the Tiergarten as the sun went down (actually it was cloudy, no sun, but it was dusk). Watched red squirrels scuttle up ...
... tram line they suggested we use was cancelled. It was not temporary cancelled, but that whole route had been cancelled for what seemed to be a long time. So we could not go, but we toured the outside of the castle and the city which was fine. AIFS promised to take us on a free tour later so the group was not totally disappointed. This was September 14th by the way.
The next day, September 15th, we went on a hike through Scarka ...