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... br> We had a 1st class sleeper, but it was very cramped. Still it was better than a long trip in normal seats. We don't carry a lot of cash as everyone takes cards over here, everyone but the over night we were on. Had to scrape the barrel to dig up enough coins for a snack meal and a couple of small wines.
Here again the ultra efficient Germans let us down and we arrived in Paris nearly an hour late.
More to come.
... in Old Town square with some amazing views! The next four days consisted off boats rides, cocktails, causing havoc in prague, mirror museums, finding poppy, singing in the streets, bar crawls, absinthe shots, dining in hooters, meeting some aussies, setting challenges, football, 20 minute sleep, Europes largest club, friendship bracelets, pranking poppy and some very crazy ...
... but the real draw of the tour was the Cathedral.
My last stop on the castle hill was the Lobkowvicz Palace. This unassuming building was less a palace and more a museum of old family artifacts. They had a number of paintings, jewels, and well decorated arms, but the most amazing piece was definitely the music room. A member of the Lobkowvicz family had been very instrumental in funding Mozart, and in some ways ...
... in denim shorts, thongs, un-ironed t-shirt - Can I help you?
We are just looking.
I will give you good price because you are so nice (as we got to chatting at this stage about Australia).
I said, not because we're buying two?
He said, no.
So he gave us a price, let's say "A PRICE".
Then I said we were after two sets, so he gave us, "B PRICE".
Then I asked about postage to Australia? He gave us, "C PRICE".
Then I said, what about cash? He gave ...
... coherent castle complex in the world, with an area of almost 70,000 m². A UNESCO World Heritage site, it consists of a large-scale composition of palaces and ecclesiastical buildings of various architectural styles, from Roman-style buildings from the 10th century through Gothic modifications in the 14th century. On the walk back down Nerodova Street, l find the marionette shop that fascinated me last time - with the same puppets ...