U Cerneho Medveda- At The Black Bear
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... in 1989, during the Velvet Revolution was used for large demonstrations (with hundreds of thousands of people or more).
We made it to the Old Town Square in time for the change of the hour so we could watch the medieval astronomical clock do it's thing. Here's what we saw: "our figures flanking the clock set in motion at the hour, representing four things that were despised at the time of the ...
... shady streets to get to the closest Metro, and we both agreed it wouldn’t be fun to be in that area late at night.
We got ready at hostel and then took a tram into town, where we were meeting Joanna’s medical friends (also holidaying) at a restaurant called Svejk. They were late and we were confused by how big the place was, but we finally found them and went downstairs out of the smoking area. I met Sasha, Pariza, Mohit, Amanda and Nara. They were ...
... downtown and find various entertaining things to do. One night we ate dinner at a place with a “caveman” theme; there were saber-tooth tiger skins on the walls, and there was even wooly mammoth on the menu (cryopreserved for millions of years and then reheated over the open fire with a touch of garlic). A different night at a traditional Czech restaurant I was served a mountain of salad and a giant portion of risotto, enough to feed a wooly ...
... was some art on the side wall and inside one of the containers. But most importantly, there was also a section with lounging chairs and a small bar. Finally, on a side street away from tourist central, we found a nice italian restaurant; pasta and a pizza, beer and diet coke for under $20!
Onto Terezin Work Camp, Dresden, and Berlin; our finally stops before we head back to drop off the RV. Only one week left in our marathon European honeymoon. Starting to get ...
... sand bags along the river.
From there we made our way to Prague. The journey was a little staggered due to flooding, but we still made reasonable time.
We stayed in Czech Republic's first Eco Tourism Hotel, situated in a former 17th Century Abbey, which partially remains an Abbey. The hotel was excellent, with a fine Czech Restaurant on site, which we sampled that night. The food was delicious.
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