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A while later, the young lady who was to be our host for the evening, arrived at our table and took our order ...
... about a year before the war ended, the Red Cross came to do an evaluation of the conditions. They must have been in the Nazi's back pocket as their report stated the camp was like a Jewish spa. Unbelievable.
Tonight we are packing up before heading out for dinner. I have booked us into a swanky steak place just outside of Old Town. We are going try and forget about what we saw and enjoy ourselves. Tomorrow morning we take the train to ...
... br> To The Mistral Cafe
Our thank you dinner for Norma and Kitty and Brad
Delicious tomato soup and bulgur salad with ricotta stuffed eggplant slices
And pork and dollops (mashed potato mixture deep fried)
And a good bottle of Syrah to share
Our friends acquaint and we enjoy a lively discussion
We sadly hug Kitty and Brad goodbye...work tomorrow
As we follow diminutive Norma to the beautiful old Rudolfinum
To hear a student orchestra concert
She knows ...
... to meet up with Vanessa for dinner and drinks. Aimee had some more traditional Czech food. Pork with cabbage & potato pancakes! - she's a fan and thinks they are much nicer than dumplings. For our final day we decided on another day trip out of the city for the Great Bohemian Excursion to Kutná Hora. We originally feared the tour no longer ran as our meet up point was a bit vacant but just as we were about to leave the guide waltzed on up and ...
... Dan on the other hand remembered when we waited thirty minutes for the Tattoo parade in Scotland that never came and was not about to wait again for nothing. (We were two days early for the tattoo....) We waited the five minutes and the bells rang and all the things moved. I took a cool video of it and will eventually post it on my Facebook. Apparently this clock is one of the most monumental things in the city. It's on everything from t shirts to magnets. It was cool ...