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... out onto the street in search of dinner.
It wasn't made clear what would happen if you couldn't walk out. Sorry, but no photos allowed inside the Spa!
What’s not to like about this country????
More details here: http://www.pivnilaznebbbpraha.cz/
(Depending on how good your Czech language skills are, best to use Google Chrome browser and let google translate to English)
... the deer moat, plus many stories, statues and so on. The weather was terrible so we spent a lot of time breaking rather than seeing. After the tour we headed back to our accommodation to warm up and have dinner, then we went back into town to see the town square lit up at night time. The old town square is so beautiful at night, street performers everywhere, it was so lovely just sitting and admiring. Sunday 4th - big sleep in this morning, as we have a sick Bre. ...
... it's many beautiful stained glass windows and through the courtyards stopping to admire buildings clearly inspired by Maria Theresa's now familiar style. As we exited through the castle gates I had quite the chuckle. Two prim and proper (and supposedly completely still) guards stand rigid on either side of the gate. A group of very pretty young girls were trying to distract them. One poor, very flustered, guard just couldn't keep his eyes from ...
... that AIFS got us free tickets to the soccer game, and she got us a little worried. She said that there were a lot of neo-nazis and to make sure we do not come off as 'too American'. The game was fine because the crowd consisted of families, we were in no way in danger. However, after the game there were so many police officers. I have never seen so many in one place. When I looked at one their expression said, "start something, I dare ...
... to the Eisbach Wave to watch the "surfers" do their thing, eating another traditional Bavarian lunch at the Hofbräuhaus whilst listening to an oom pah pah band. We wouldn't say the Glockenspiel was a highlight but it was certainly interesting. We also learnt that you can't go shopping on Sunday in Munich as everything is shut so it was a cheap few days for us.
We're in Croatia now and we'll write again soon.
Ash, Scott & ...