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... enjoyed visiting. It was great to be able to spend time with people who share my passion for travel. We spent almost two hours at the restaurant, taking in the experience of our first night in Prague. On our way back across the bridge, we decided to walk along the water's edge towards St. Charles Bridge which leads over to Prague Castle. But, before we were midway over the first bridge, fireworks began shooting off nearby in the opposite direction over the river. What a ...
- they have beer ambulances in Prague. If you run out of beer, ring the beer ambulance and they will attend your emergency in a jiffy
- the sugar cube was invented here
- ahoy = hello
- the clock tower is the oldest working clock tower in the world, and it includes all original parts
What’s in a name?
My favourite lesson was understanding how names work here. For each ...
... through it. There are lots of pedestrian roads and squares which make it very walker friendly, though I wouldn't want to walk them during the height of summer. Today was really chilly and as per usual I didn't really dress to the conditions. I did have a jumper, coat and scarf but failed the beanie and gloves story. The day was still and clear blue sky, but if you weren't in the sun it was bitter and as the day drew to a ...
... on the hill turned out to be a restaurant. I am sure that it was not its original purpose though. We had some great views of part of Vienna in the background and the palace in the foreground. It was a beautiful sunny day (unlike yesterday morning) and actually kind of warm. We had a nice time standing up on the hill with our nice view. We were probably in a lot of people's pictures. I hope they notice us later on when they are looking back at their trip.
... through Hungarian, Slovakian and Czech towns and countryside before arriving in Prague.
We arrive about 40 minutes late as the train left Budapest late. The train ride was pretty long but uneventful and safe. A shuttle was waiting for us at the train station to take us to our hotel. We are staying at the Hotel Waldstein which is very near the castle walls in a very quiet and quaint section of Prague. ...