Vesta Railway Hostel
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... getting chilly, so after seeing the rest of the main buildings on the tourist map, we head for the square and found a sweet set up with decent priced beverages and grabbed a drink each and watched the hoards of people walking past and snapping pics of the gold clock tower and cathedrals. We killed a good hour or so just watching and chatting about our trip and how Prague has blown us away and Europe was off to a good start. We walked around for another as the sun started setting, but ...
... cruise we booked yesterday, but with a bit of luck we made it in time. It was such a perfect way to end our time in Prague, there was live music playing throughout the three hours on the boat and it was just so beautiful to slowly watch the city fade into darkness. There was an all you could eat buffet on board which was incredible and the whole thing was just so fancy. It felt like the type of river cruise you'd take on a romantic evening ...
... the Old Royal Palace. The views from the upper floor were amazing, you could see all of Prague.
From here we decided to have lunch at a small cafe just next to the Cathedral. The view of the Flying Buttress' was an absolute wonder. I love baroque architecture. We split a small baguette with tomato and cheese, and a potato dish that was a lot like my dads ham and cheese casserole.
From lunch we went to St. Georges Basilica. This is part of the St. George ...
... Perhaps she got to the poison bottle first.
Weather was brilliant. Sunny and warm, but in the hills there was a bit of haze. Back in Prague it is 21 degree in the shade outside the apartment and it is a very nice time of the day (6PM).
Still working on the pics. Unlike our time in the caravan we go out at night so I haven't had a lot of chance to get them on line.
... and make another one in another city and thus relieve Prague of tourism dollars and tax income. So the good burghers invited him over for a whizz-bang nosh up, got him pretty toasty with some quality Pilsner, then burnt his eyes out with a red hot poker and cut off his tongue, so he couldn't reveal his secrets to anyone else.
The next morning he woke up, feeling a little under the weather, and subsequently climbed up into the clock tower ...