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... tour of some of the other famous parts of Prague. The girls soon tired of my map reading skills and decided that we were to go to the Hard Rock Cafe so Luce could add to her extensive T-shirt collection ( Berlin, London, Rome, Budapest to name just a few ) anyway, she is now the proud owner of a Hard Rock Cafe shot glass, thereby killing two collecting birds with one metaphorical stone.
Note for Robin : The stools in the Jewish Museum were just that, stools, for use ...
... out with a couple beers - no point in stressing about it, right? Well - there may have been some swears thrown in for good measure, but we figured we'd find out what our options were at the train station. So after the tour Vanessa and I hung out in Alexanderplatz at 'Alex Oase' (sooooo many Alex's) with some Pilsner at our side while Ben and Alex visited a tech store until we grabbed a cab to the train station.
At the Bahn station we were ...
... drove through streets with dilapidated buildings, no real roads, and rubbish on the side of the road, i thought; "****. I've arrived in the ghetto." I immediately wanted out. I knew I had arrived in the wrong place when the staff in the hostel said "DO NOT walk around with your phone or lots of money by yourself at night." Not that I would anywhere in South America anyway, but the fact that this was said to me in a very stern voice made me think that I needed out ...
... same restaurant for dinner, and then to the pub in the basement of our hostel for a few beers and a game of cards.
The next morning, we had another leisurely morning munching the breakfast at the hostel, before checking out and heading to the train station, for an overnight stop in Dresden.
I will leave it to Mr H to tell you about our time there.
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Lyndsey & Martin
... year recipe. It was pretty good! I then headed for a park I had seen from the palace and had been pointed out to me. I never found it with all the winding roads but I did stop for a Trdelnik, a local pastry that is unreal!!! Then I headed to the Charles Bridge to touch the monument which, according to legend, if you touch, apparently will bring you back to Prague some day.
Then I headed back to the hostel and picked up dinner on the way. When ...