Blind Eye Hostel & Guest House
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... and the equally astounding National Theatre. Then down the river to the modern Dancing House (aka Fred and Ginger). Across the river took us to a coffee stop over the river, then into lesser town for the steep climb to Petrin Hill, the Strahov Monastery and back to Prague Castle for a second bite.
Everything went swimmingly until we decided to take the challenge of walking the uber steep and winding paths up to ...
... guide we had!) that tour guides are all independent contractors. This is true even though they may work most frequently with an on-site tour operator / company. The primary reason for this is due to paying taxes. Employees are more expensive that hiring independent contractors due to the tax structure. Americans simply have no idea about the kinds of taxes that others around the world pay - we discovered that 50% income taxes is typical (gotta ...
... fried dough shaped like a cylinder. They they glaze it with sugar. So incredibly tasty. I'm actually running out of words to describe how good the food I ate was. It was that good.
We did a little more shopping that night then took the subway back to the hostel. I think I've already said this but I love European subways. Imagine if they built the New York City subways simple enough so that a toddler could navigate them. That's how easy European subways are. Back at ...
... us on a level where she could be our teacher when necessary but our friend as well, which is important especially when in countries we are unfamiliar with but she knows better. I enjoyed getting hot cocoa with her in Budapest, talking about political and social issues with her, and laughing with everyone when she would jump into a photo and make a funny face or dance with us in public. I'll always be grateful to her for taking us ...
Well Shareen was too sick to do anything today so we hung around the hotel all morning, then convinced her that she had to see the famous clock do it's thing. So we went out for an hour or so, but she was too sick to enjoy it.
Dad went off exploring in the afternoon and went to the amazing Strahov Library and Museum then onto a quick walk through the Prague ...