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... hills so it is a good way to go. The downside is that you can't take as many pictures and we didn't get as much information but that suited me fine. It was a good way to get your bearings, and fun too. Before the tour we walked over the Charles bridge which was filled with people. Probably the busiest places to go and got a bite to eat. After the tour we grabbed some food. I had pork neck with bread dumplings and sweet and sour cabbage. ...
... closed. The shops were filled with glass souvenirs and some very classy pieces caught our eye - unfortunately elegant wine glasses are not easy to pack in our bulging suitcases! Our guide on the walking tour covered the old town, new town and the Jewish quarter, providing an interesting perpective on the history of Prague and an insight into the patriotic stance taken by the Czech people towards ...
... bubbly on the terrace of our hotel overlooking Prague in all it's glory and contemplated dinner. A walk up to the monastery, where they brew there own beers, we found a number of different restaurants, but decided on the one where we could sit and watch the lights turn on in Prague. A truly beautiful place to eat fantastic food, to reflect on the past fortnight and be grateful on what an incredible life we ...
... people in the country became poor or bankrupt.
Our guide still had her history book from high school. The chapters covering World War II detailed the Russians historic fight against Germany and how their troops were able to liberate Europe. The only mention of the Allied contribution to the war was one sentence: "The western powers invaded Normandy late in the war."
It is also interesting to hear the local take on ...
... make up for the day before, however breakdown number two happened and this time it was more serious, the head gasket had gone again, not good :( I managed to change it in a petrol station, complete oil change and get back on the road in about 5 hours, it would have been three but the by pass house modification the day before didn't like being touched again.
Thoughts of what am I doing did pass through the mind but ...