Pension U sv. Krystofa
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... and it's one of those complicated conversions, 100 K is €3.60. So things cost a big number.
All that said, almost everywhere accept euro and even give you euro in your change. Of course they convert at their exchange rate, so they make a bit more on the margin. We found one place that only took cash and the Jewish museum only, took cash and only local currency
We covered off the Castle yesterday ...
... our bags properly so we are ready to leave early in the morning.
Alarm set for 5am!
Remember this is a holiday!
We are heading by train to Ljubljana in Slovakia on our way down to Croatia.
Fruit juice anyone? - Each green barrel had a different juice apple, carrot, Beetroot, green grass etc.
Sausage anyone - One of the chillers at one of the food market stalls. How they sorted through them to find xyz or the abc sausage is hard to imagine.
To station with my grandma, 5.30pm flight to Prague, chatting to Czechs for whole journey about Australia and their home country. Met at airport by Lucie & Betty, my Czech friends who worked on the house-keeping team at Lakeside until the end of July. Bus trip into Prague to Bettie's flat and late night chatting to the girls over wine.
Train to Wenceslas Square to meet Krystof for guided tour of city centre. Town square, ...
... It is definitely a happening place with plenty of people around, food stalls, hotels, bars and fast food joints. Apparently it is where all the prostitutes come out at night as well, so it is a little shady.
Back at the docks, we boarded our boat for the 3 hour journey up and down the river. The average age of the passengers seemed to be 60 so we were a little young. It seemed to be more geared towards bus tours and we were all crammed in. The buffet was ...
... of Bran Castle. Nasty nasty weapon. Some of the inventions were so cruel that it is hard to imagine the type of person who could think up that sort of thing. There were saws to cut people in half starting at their groin and working down (the victim was hung up side down to promote blood flow to the head to prolong the time it takes to die). There were devices that forced you to swallow up to 20 litres of water. Cages where ...