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... since the Czech/English thing is quite tricky (well for me anyway). Although I did learn that to say hello in Czech you can simply say Ahoy. Now that I can do.
We browsed the shops a little more, thankful for the shade that the large buildings cast into the streets. The temperature is rising, ended up about 30 degrees. WE wandered back to the river and (finally) worked out how to get to the yellow paddle boats we had seen on our boat ...
... until 11!) From there, a walk through the park (uphill all ways) Petrin Hill to Prague Castle. Stopped at Klasterni Pivovar (Monastery Brewery) on the way to the castle. I had a Czech version of a Nicoise Salad and G enjoyed goulash in a bread bowl with a side of sausage. Oh, and beer. We made friends with a couple from France, who shared their table with us, and we then made friends with a couple from Poland who we shared our table with. ...
... We played lots of games and had a great night. Another mini disaster happened when we thought our room had bed bugs- some shuffling of sleeping arrangements and WebMD-ing solved that problem.
Another day we took a tram into the city and got 100% completely lost. We ended up taking about 80,000 trams all over the place and tried to figure out where to go based on maps plastered with street names written in Czech. Once we mastered that, ...
... t been reserving our trains. It is was working out pretty well until we got on our train to Prague. Turns out, everyone else decided to reserve their seats. We did eventually find some seats that were reserved, but had no shows. It made for an long ride though as people would show up to take their seats and we had to play where's waldo to find our next one.
Some of the guys ended up sitting with some English girls who were travelling after their ...
... and there appeared to be a lot of it about in Prague in the Middle Ages.
The Astronomical Clock was built by a famous clock maker in 1410 and is a fantastic piece of work involving time, space and worm holes. Well, possibly not worm holes. Once it was erected on the Town Hall, tourism really boomed in Prague as people came from miles around to witness its beauty and technology. The town authorities then became paranoid that Mr Clock Maker ...