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... knuckle, which was pretty disappointing as there were only about three mouthfuls of meat on it and the rest was fat and gristle. But the goulash with dumplings was delicious! The gravy was so rich and scrumptious, I could have eaten more of it.
After dinner we just sat in a park and talked for a while, catching up on everyone’s travels, then we walked around Prague as the sun was setting. The streets looked completely different without the harsh light of the sun, it was ...
So we have made it across another border, we are now in Prague, Czech Republic.
We took the scenic route into CZ, avoiding Tolls and Motorways along the way,
there are some amazing views to be had along the way from Dresden to
the Border and beyond, we climbed 1000 ft above where we stayed
previously which Rupert copped with well again, the roads were fairly
quite also being a ...
... the statue let go! The 400 year old hand of the man still hangs in the church to this day. It looks all black and mummified. So interesting and gross! It definitely looks like a real hand though.
Next stop, the Powder Tower and Municipal House, and the entrance of the Communist Museum to warm up a bit. Here Jana told us about her childhood under the communist regime, and how it changed when a new government came to power. We saw the Don Giovanni statue, as ...
... and made it even better on other side of the world. The walk home was so beautiful and picturesque at night as well. The hotel water cut off for a few hours apparently only happens a few times a year normally in winter. We went to old town again and had a ham off the bone they have them on massive rotisseries along the side walks and got another massage. On our last day in New town and seeing the castle ...
... s the real date, 8th of May.
And indeed the city feels like a museum. Every corner of the centre of Prague is adorned by some impressive architecture, from Gothic to Renaissance and other styles, and the castle itself (the biggest in terms of stone-wall fortified complex area in Europe I think) is probably the most beautiful I ever visited. The city is famous for Kafka also, one of my favourite authors, but I didn't explore any references or visited ...