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Prague was beautiful. I have heard so many people say that Prague is their #1 European city, and I completely understand why. Every which way I turned there was beautiful architecture, great smelling food, and the pivo is clearly flooding the streets (Prague consumes 1.5L of beer per capita per day). It was quite a different feel after Bratislava, and after my free walking tour, I found out why.
Apparently, Hitler ...
... get ready for this evenings gala dinner at the Prague Castle. We had fantastic views for the evenings dinner in Lobkowicz Palace. Although dinner was a little rushed, the food was nice and with the piano accordion player playing some dinner music it was a highlight. After dinner it was back to the hotel and maybe a sleep in to then make the most of our free ...
... must have worked because I made it to my bus stop right before my neighborhood on my way home without getting lost! But then I had a thirty minute wait, and there was a bar right next to the stop, so I figured I would pop in and grab another beer (it was my weekend and had been a long week). So every city/town I live in, I try to find a small, quaint bar close to home, that never gets too crowded, only attracts locals and serves good beer. Today I found that place. I ordered ...
... can't smoke but it sits beside the door less smoking area.
Today we have the morning to ourselves before we unite on a lunch cruise on the Vilava River, and take a tour of the WWII bunkers in the afternoon.
I settle in for a morning of the Australian Open, before heading out to explore the UNESCO World Heritage town myself. Wandering along the jumble of laneways, alleys and courtyards, and past the ...
... bed. I hope the boys do not come home too far gone. John and I have a full day tomorrow. Our maps indicated that there is much to see and many hills to climb.
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