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... the main square of the Little Quarter to a restaurant located in the former town hall, sampling our first of many Pilsner Urquell and Czech spicy goulash. Czech food is very basic - mostly meat and dumplings, but tasty. From there it was off to the Prague Castle on Tram #22. We could have walked, but that would have meant hundreds of stairs, since the castle looms over the town. Our first stop was St. Vitus Cathedral, with it's imposing Gothic Architecture. First started in ...
... sea bass, head on of course. There were no menus, since the offering changed daily depending on ingredients and the chef's whim.
Walked around today to see parts so the city we hadn't seen yet and with a long walk through Petrin Park, our neighborhood green space. Beautiful lunch and now watching Brazil play Chile.
... at the stake for his "heresy" in 1415. Czechs are proud of his devotion to truth, to the Czech language and people, and to the principle of speaking one's mind and living authentically, whatever that might cost. His name is also really fun to say.
We finally got to cross the Charles Bridge, and then enjoyed a wonderful guided tour of Prague Castle. What a cool place ! The St. Vitus Cathedral is stunning, a mix of styles ...
... Learnt that there are people who can surprise you with their dance and therefore we shouldn't make any assumptions.
Learnt that a refusal shouldn't be taken personally.
Learnt that tango is sacred.
Learnt that you can only do what you can do at the stage of your tango path.
Learnt that I really like when men suprise me in their dance
Learnt that what happens on a dancefloor is to stay on the dancefloor (in most cases, at ...
"sun is up
the sky is blue
and so are you"
Poetic graffiti on Lennon's Wall, Prague
Friday 9th August 2013
I've had to make some decisions recently about which countries will have to wait for another time. It's not through lack of interest, more lack of time and reliance on public transport. Without my own means of getting around, I have to use public transport everywhere and it's not always cheap. Chopping Switzerland out of ...