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... Crown for lunch. Which sounds like a hell of a lot when you’re handing the money over? It almost feels like your playing monopoly with your fake $500 and $1000 bills. But it was only 20 Euro for lunch, which was extremely economical.
After we ate ourselves into oblivion again we head back to see Polly and Phil and explore the amazing town of Prague ( which is pronounced Pragoo for your information). We spent our time wandering around and seeing some strange street art ...
... that I would be able to exhaust all the worthwhile things to to in a day or so and then go on a day trip outside of Prague the second. Boy was I wrong.
I got off the plane, took a little bus to the end of the metro line, and then the metro to the center of town. I got out of the station and was immediately overwhelmed. Everywhere I looked was incredible architecture. Because it was Easter, there were street vendors, Easter markets, ...
... are more impressive. Apparently the city was so impressed with their clock (built .. 1400's??) that they cut off the inventors tongue and lips, and seared his eyes - effective in preventing him building another clock elsewhere. He got his revenge though, by throwing himself from the tower into the clock workings. Dead perhaps, but his clock no longer worked 'cos no one could fix it in his absence for a hundred or so years. Satisfaction. ...
... of the world where I can choose how my life is lived. The suppression of a culture is sheer devastation and corrupt to the very core. We moved into town and enjoyed our walking tour. AVON had taken over the Old Town Square and it was wall to wall people. We were warned of pick pockets and took extra care. Our guide is ever watchful of the group ensuring we are safe. She, Petula, is ...
... Piscola", however, made from Peruvian Pisco and not Chilean :)
August 16, 2013 (Friday)
In the morning we went to the airport in Prague to drop off Tereza´s mum who was about to leave for New York. Thus, we separated from Tereza´s mum and dad for the next 10 months (hopefully we´ll meet in China in June 2014).
In the afternoon we said goodbye to one of Tereza´s oldest friends, Sarka, who unfortunately ...