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... change from the hearty (read: heavy) Czech food.
Back to town for our 6 p.m. strings, organ, and voice concert of Vivaldi, Mozart, Bach, etc. in the Chapel of Mirrors, followed by a light bite in another Italian restaurant (Oliva Verde) on the square.
Back to the Maximillian to pack our suitcases.We set our alarms for 3 a.m. and went to bed early. Our flight departs Prague at 6:30 a.m. ...
... than for logistics to do his job while the domestic goddess had a nap. The roads were good although the breakdown in the roadworks was inconvenient. We noticed a massive difference driving by day as the general traffic was heavy. Fuel is cheap €1.15-€1.20 per lt and a 10 day vignette for Czech Republic cost €12 we did notice not having tolls saved a small fortune. The campsite is on an island on the river ...
... in the scenery and the
picturesque view of the old buildings across the water. Of course these tourist
hotspots offer everything, from horse drawn carriages to a ride in an old timer
and –unavoidable these days – the segways.
One of the
main attractions of Prague is the Charles Bridge from 1357! It is lined with
marvellous sculptures and guarded by towers on each end. It is for pedestrians
only and was ...
... the same sort of historic architecture. Different from the more modern, Western Europe though, I think many of these places that I'm visiting feel like "once-in-a-lifetime" places, meaning that if I were to go back to Europe, I would more enjoy Western Europe. Only because I feel like Eastern Europe is more for history buffs, and as I've said before, I don't love tours, museums, and all that other stuff. Besides the fanny pack, there's nothing much I love ...
... people and other prisoners died in the camp.I visited the World Heritage listed medieval town of Kutna Hora famous for the "bone church". Just back from a Czech Folklore dinner and dance. Lots of Czech food and entertainment. All you can eat and drink. What a night. Danced the Masuka and sang lots of folk songs. Now to bed. Early morning to Budapest and board the boat tomorrow. Lots of love M & ...