Lida Guest House
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Made it to breakfast today! They had a real honeycomb which dripped honey into a jar. Nice way to enjoy fresh honey in my tea while Mike enjoyed the espresso machine. We took the metro to the Old Town Square, dominated by the giant statue of Jan Hus (founder of the Hussite religion). Beautiful buildings (of different architectural styles) and churches surround the square. The old town hall features the famous astronomical clock, which is amazing! At the top of ...
... and squids, and wine at a local restaurant.
From Lombarda, our boat sailed to Omis in the morning. We're now nearing the end of our cruise and I was starting to feel a bit sad. I liked Omis. It is situated along the beautiful Dalmatian coast and in town is a canyon made of limestone hills/rocks.In the middle is the emerald green Cetina River. A smaller boat took us along Cetina River to Radman's Mills Restaurant and Picnic area where the owner welcomed ...
... dinner and enjoying a wine with every meal, and finishing it off with an espresso. Saying that, we did hit our Italian food line after about a week of eating it non stop. Would come back to Italy again, and would love to explore other areas of it. Now Germany, after landing in Munich, I had this weird feeling being in the country that caused so much heartache for Europe and the world throughout the early to mid 1900's. I know that is all in the past, but just this ...
New country, new money, new language. Like we now do in most cities we went for a walking tour through Prague. Our guide was Tatiana. She was a local girl who loved her home city. On the tour we explored both the new and old City Squares, the Jewish Quarter and walked thru many back streets of Prague. We also saw the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge. All in all a good day of exploring. We even found some markets where we did a little ...
... hoove bridge is the meeting point for the busses today at 5.30. Breakfast was in two shifts this morning at 6.45 & 7.15. I managed to get a skype to my wife and the poached eggs were great. A couple of kids not well. We hopped on the buses around 7.45 and off to Prague castle. OMG it is minus 7 degrees Celsius. We were all rugged up. I had 2 thermals, 2 jumpers, jacket, long john, 2 scarves, beanie and gloves and was still cold. It started snowing as we left the hotel but ...