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... Little Mermaid!
We moved on, following him around the back street of Prague ( which are nearly all cobbled ) and seeing the important places of interest on this side of the river. He told a good story and was highly entertaining. If you only have a limited time in a city these tours are an excellent way to learn a lot and see a lot in a short space of time. Interestingly, in Berlin the bicycle reigned supreme but in Prague, even though it is basically flat and ...
... need a good clean, they are black with grime, there is one religious icon that gets touched. In the two places the bronze shines in the sunlight. We walked through lesser town to the Cafe Savoy. It is opposite side of the bridge to cafe Slavia. Cafe Savoy is amazing, it has this awesome ceiling that is now heritage listed and the food plus service is excellent. We had a light dinner then waked home. We were going to look at the lights but it was getting rainy ...
When we arrived in Prague after a 1 and a half hour trip we and went straight out and walked around town. I really like this place.
The next day we went up a hill and up on the hill was 2 playgrounds, 2 exercise equipment, mirror maze, and something called Eiffel Towers younger brother they say.
We walked all around town and we walked Charles Bridge, a famous bridge with statues all over it.
And we ...
... to offer but we got a photo. Today We realized I still hadn't been ice skating. And since we had missed out on snow I had to at least do ice skating in Europe outdoors. So we walked all over Prague looking for the rink, find it to be told due to the weather being too warm (8 degrees) they were closing and we couldn't skate!! Couldn't believe it!! So I walked Jenni to the train station and said goodbye to her as she heads to Russia via Berlin ...
... head our separate ways—he goes to Milan and I’ll go to Vienna to stay with Cordula, then Innsbruck to visit Florian and Siegfriend (my relatives who I haven’t met). Beyond that, who knows! Seems like enough planning for now.
(On my last day in Budapest now! took forever to get internet, but I'm having so much fun and will write about it and share some pictures tomorrow en route to ...