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... slept quite long, went to have fish and chips in the afternoon and then wandered around in the rain. The rain part made us sit in McDo or Starbucks more than see the city. But we went to the place were a year ago was a "before I die" wall. It was a nice walk, a lot of memories from last year. When I was sure we were, where the wall should be I could not find it. Until we noticed that it was gone. You could still see traces but it was gone......
... bed imaginable. While there was nothing wrong with the stateroom on the ship, it is so nice to have this much room! When Jan entered the room for the first time, she actually did a little happy dance!
After a little rest, we headed out to the central square where we had a wonderful meal and watched the people go by.
Prague is a wonderful city. Unlike Budapest and Vienna that suffered a lot of damage during WWII, Prague ...
... warm sunny day after a 0⁰C start. Just what we shall do after next Friday is quite uncertain. The car is not running like it should, for some reason the fuel consumption has gone up considerably, not good when you consider the price of fuel here, the air suspension is still not right, and the gearbox is not right though much better than it was. So you will have to wait for the next episode to see what we do.
© Lynette Regan 19th October ...
... verrrry wet haha :p The breakfast in our hostel was a little pricey for what it was, so I used the map to source out a place nearby with coffee and food to satisfy... We found sanctuary in the Globe Bookstore and Cafe around the corner. Amazing breakfasts, serving till 3pm plus SOY MILK... Absolute winner to me haha..so we ate their everyday! Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, walking tour with stories of legends, old town and new town divisions, the most ornate little ...
... on ticket evaders. My heart sunk and started racing again. Gary went straight up to the security guy and said "are u selling tickets" the guy said "no, im checking them" but before he could ask where ours were, I butted in and said we're lost and need to get a ticket to Edgerg, the bus station. He looked at us for some tiime before politely giving us directions and off we went. I told Gary I have had ...