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... a small café before dinner for our first Czech beer. The weather couldn't have been more perfect and we all enjoyed sitting in the sunshine with a cold beer chatting with the wait staff.
Just now as I'm writing this I realized something. In all my guidebooks I was warned that the service in the Czech Republic is adequate but unfriendly. I have to say that is the opposite from what we experienced today. I'm going to credit Grandpa for that. I think he could have an ...
... wooden carts, drinking local beer and hot wine on randomly placed bar stalls. My lunch of hot honey wine and hot plum and a cinnamon crape was "out of this world, fantastic, best food I've ever eaten".
The other thing about Prague that isn't visible on first sight is what lay beneath. The city from before lies below the ground. In the 9th century the streets of Prague were purposely buried to prevent the flooding of the town. So the former level of the ...
... through more medieval history. Opulence this time and the showcase of the privileged. That night we went to a free concert in the Old Town square with about 10,000 of our closest friends. Bobby McFerrin did his thing with the Prague Philharmonic orchestra which was awesome. Never heard a scat singer with an orchestra before. They played some other things too of course.They were projected on a large screen which was nice because of course we couldn't actually see ...
I cried in Prague. I suppose that's no surprise as I still cry nearly every day, no matter where I am. But I cried in Prague for what Devora Greenberg called the presence of Ruth's absence. I was in Prague because Ruth wanted to take me there and show me around. And as I looked around, as I stood on a bridge over the Moldau and beheld the wonderful skyline of opera houses and church spires, I wanted my guide physically beside me. I wanted her to be impressed as ...
... something touristy. Big mistake. The food was ****. The entertainment was amateurish (a couple of guys
on accordion and guitar - they even did a version of John Paul Young's Love is in the Air). The drinks were expensive. Overall, not a pleasant experience. Although it was a pleasant trip up the river. Wouldn't recommend it as a must do when in Prague.
Spent today doing a bit of shopping for Xmas day. The Czechs do Xmas on the 24th,
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