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... a train or a bus. Since my ticket was in Czech, I had no idea! It was a train and I had a good ish compartment. The compartment had 6 seats and there was 1 Korean, 2 Venezuelans (from Orlando!), 1 Romanian, and 1 Hungarian! It was really diverse! They were nice and the Hungarian told us places to go in Prague and he was helpful. Other than that, the train ride was rather uneventful. Pretty boring. When I arrived in Prague, I ...
... the city. Major intersections have crosswalks but all of the others seem to be "first one in, wins." Of course, this doesn't work for taxis. Their rule seems to be "get the hell out of the way or die."
Prague is a clean city and seems prosperous. However, they still have a little way to go before they can fully restore the buildings back to their original glory. It is not uncommon to find buildings with first floors fully restored ...
... with thousands of other tourists to the Town Square.
A quick visit to a Prague Casino in the evening where Elinor won and shouted dinner and Joy broke even at the last moment. Garry and Mick consoled themselves with an Urquell or two!
Off to Paris and 30 degrees tomorrow according to Garry and the weather channel.
... sheet, only the bottom sheets, and a down comforter in a large pillow case. So, temperature regulation was a bit tricky, and you were either under the covers or not--no "just a sheet" to adjust the temperature. So, last night at the Hilton, the bed at least was normal--sheets and all.
This morning we paid a hotel taxi driver about $35 to take us to the central square. There was not too much that we wanted to do today but somehow it took us all ...
... night we get a tip from the hotel and head around the corner to an Italian restaurant called “Aldente”. After a superb meal, and service above none, we head for a night cap and then to bed.
The next day we head to the Old Town Square and go on the Communist Tour. This consists of a walking tour around Prague and a visit to a nuclear bunker four stories underground. Very interesting! That evening we take a night our around Prague ...