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Street musicians: Swear to God, I've seen them many times out West doing this same drill, dancing and playing on their pipes that haunting, mystical music to the spirit gods. I have a number of their CDs: Hopi Indians, Wenceslas Square, the main drag in Prague. Big crowd right behind me, grinning and looking perplexed but enjoying it all the same. Those people have seen anything like ...
... Caesar Salad, Nancy had a version of lasagna while I opted for one of the Czech specialties, Veal Schnitzel with potato salad. All of the food was delicious and so reasonably priced. The four of us at for less than $60 CAD with was a small fraction of the price it would have cost us for a two hour dinner cruise with a nasty buffet at $400 for four of us. We had a lovely evening making new friends who share our love of travel and who have given me ideas for future trips to places ...
... on strike so had to take a metro to the Airport and arrived only 15 mins before boarding. Luckily Brant still had time to fit in a beer, he really needed it! Arrived in Prague in the afternoon, such a beautiful impressive old city, DAY 9 Prague Jumped on a tour bus to get our bearings around the City, then walked around for the rest of the afternoon and tasted the local cuisine and beers. Their bread is a little different, expensive, hard as a rock and basically could be used ...
- they have beer ambulances in Prague. If you run out of beer, ring the beer ambulance and they will attend your emergency in a jiffy
- the sugar cube was invented here
- ahoy = hello
- the clock tower is the oldest working clock tower in the world, and it includes all original parts
What’s in a name?
My favourite lesson was understanding how names work here. For each ...
... was nearly 8pm so we saw the hourly chiming of the astronomical clock which had the parts moving as was well worth the wait.
In a back street we found a local brewery pub and got out of the cold and into the warmth of food and beer. Joel had dumplings filled with pork and I had beef goulash. Pretty epic pub food.
As we waited in the square by the giant Christmas tree, freezing out toes off, we thought the others had bailed. We were ...