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Travel Blogs from Prague
... pan seared pigeon breast served with some confit leg and a pigeon heart (heart was delicious says Tom .... Emma, I'm afraid, backed out of that one - it still looked like a heart!) The red wine was well matched.
12 - Course nine: Stepanovsko Chicken, egg and semolina puree served with Savignon Blanc Carrique 2009. In an unusual turn we then went back to a white wine (after having just had red) with this chicken dish. The beautifully cooked chicken was ...
... small cafe and on the sign outside says free wifi. We decide to stop in and both have some black tea and check our messages. About halfway through our cups of tea we hear a bunch of shouting and yelling outside of the open cafe doors. Outside of the cafe down the street is the American embassy and in front was a protest with about 100 people including the television crew and police officers, as people protest again GMOs. After both Carmen and I worked up the nerve to walk past the ...
... saw a tram stopped at a red light and it had its blinker on, why I don’t know because the tram doesn’t have a steering wheel?
Ok that’s all for today and for Prague tomorrow we will have a three hour bus ride to the city of Nuremberg, Germany where we will get on the river boat, however, we get to spend the afternoon in Nuremberg at its many Christmas Markets! So for now, luv to all,
Ron and ...
... story of Robin Hood through the perspective of Allan Dale. A word of warning: this isn´t the Robin Hood you know and love. Instead Robin is portrayed as a rough outlaw who hands out justice with an iron fist - more of a Godfather than a kindly bandit.
Along the way Nathan and I also spoke to a group of young Berliners returning from their Eastern Europe tour. They gave us a few pointers on enjoying their fine city and before we knew it we had arrived in Berlin!
... br> is the Capuchin monastery. Here is the “domecek,”
a building which both the Nazis and Communists used for imprisonment,
interrogation, and torture. There is a
small plaque on the side of the building commemorating the victims.
After climbing down from Hradcany I made a pit stop at CukrKavaLimonada
for rest and refueling. The fuel