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... is the famous bridge in town and is full of artists selling their art work, as well as statues and sculptures. Some of the artists were actually quite good, although I didn't buy anything.
I did some more walking around the town, again, just struggling to take it all in because there was so much to take in. One thing I noticed and loved is that there seems to be a book store on every corner. Some are used, some are new. Some are Czech, some ...
... a beautiful name and poetic description that hints at what the drink is like. Easily the best mixed drink I have had. They took a long time to prepare each one (so you know it was good!). It was a lot of fun. We also made it to a couple other bars/specialty breweries.
The food? The food was heavy but delicious. Definitely warmed you up for the cold weather outside.
Again, I don’t want to give everyone an incredibly detailed play by play but the history ...
... out of Prague back to Germany. It is around 300kms from Prague to Nürnberg and we decided to stay a night there so we could take a walk around the old town. As we crossed the Czech border, a German police car pulled us over and proceeded to check all of our passports. It is unbelievable that some people don't take a passport for border crossings.
It took 20 minutes, but we were finally underway again. Thankfully we had a few free seats and could relax a bit. We ...
... in the torrential rain for seconds meant being soaked or blown over.
We sheltered in the theatre, and ultimately purchased discount tickets to a classical music concert. The show was excellent with the best of Mozart, Vivaldi, Bach, Panchelbel and more, lasting around 80 minutes.
By the time the concert was over, so was the storm. We emerged to a clearing sky, and moved on to find the Jazz festival, and meet the ham of my dreams. Tomorrow, we move to a new ...
... crawl people. Some guy stopped by to walk us to the starting bar. On the walk over we met some kids from our hostel who were pretty cool. This pub crawl is known to be really good. It is the best one that I have ever done. It's $25 but you get legit all you can drink, beer, wine, sangria, mixed shots and absinthe for two and half hours and then one free mixed shot at each of the bars or clubs following. It was ...
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