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... hooligans everywhere. I feel like they will drink too much and break out into song.
Dinner tonight at Michal with traditional Czech music and dancing.
Also there was a hat game. I lost in front of entire restaurant damn it.
Also , there are fourteen people in the group made up mostly of Americans and Australians. Always Australians. Including me there are four people in the group who received a degree from the university of Minnesota. ...
... right to the ceiling. Stood and watched the astronomical clock chime as it was about to happen. Interesting, a skeleton pulls a rope and model priests come out and dance about while other models play instruments. A bit strange to us but the performance got applause from the crowd. Went down to Ungelt or Tyn courtyard, a 10th century merchants settlement that was restored in the 1990's and is now a lovely little square with shops and restaurants. Had a quick ...
... morning with no dramas. Its another one of those laundries who do everything for you. Just drop the stuff off and pick it up later. I stopped at a cafe for lunch. Just after I sat down the rain came pouring down, so I made it a long lunch.
After lunch I just went wandering the streets. I found a gorgeous garden which I now understand was part of Wallenstein Palace. They had a huge pond with orange coloured fish in it, they looked like carp but I ...
After our breakfast buffet, we headed to tram 22 only to find out that you can't buy tickets on it. We hopped off, asked a Starbucks where to buy them (yay Starbucks everywhere) and bought the tickets. Then we caught the tram over to Prague Castle area. It was beautiful, but the best part was the Golden Lane with all the little houses. Check out the pics. After the ...
... had a knot in my back for about 2 weeks and it was gone. I floated back to hostel to find Jean-Paul who I met in Vienna had ended up coming to Budapest and was staying in the same hostel. We grabbed some Hungarian Goulash for dinner which I am a fan of. The next morning I saw the Synagogue, one of the largest in the world, the parliament building and a war memorial of shoes along the Danube river. After my final walk around the city I went back to the hostel, made some lunch ...