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After nearly 24 hours of traveling I finally arrive in Prague. Better late than never but I have lost my whole day traveling. I'm not quite sure what is going on but there are barriers set up along the main road when I arrive and random stands in one of the main squares. I soon discover I appear to have arrived just in time for a race. Just like my arrival in Krakow I seem to have timed it perfectly or not so perfectly depending on how you look at it. Fortunately the race isn't til ...
... for tubing (with beers of course) in the summer. The taverns are much more like what we saw in kutna hora, full of Czech specialties like Svickova (meat with creamy gravy, cranberry and dumplings) and many beers to choose from. We found a nice place to enjoy lunch and the local Eggenberg pilsner. The favourite beer named after previous royals, and brewed in Krumlov. After trying a few, we planned a tour of the brewery but unfortunately it was closed until summer. No matter, ...
... and you’ll see people waiting to see the show on the hour every hour. We didn’t stay to watch the show, but JP explained that the show wasn’t as grand as everyone expects it to be. Once the rooster crows (which you can barely hear) the tourists stand waiting for more to happen – don’t bother, that’s the end of the show. We came back to the clock on our last day to see the show, and ...
... to determine your place in the world! We had determined NOT to do an array of gifts for each other given we were spending our Christmas in Prague and our New Year in Budapest, but somehow our gift giving got all out of hand and we went from silly hats to diamond earrings. (Steve's, not mine!) As usual, for us, most laughs were gotten from the crazy hats which Montana and Steve had spent sometime together collecting. No doubt with much ...
... small, very simple two story, some square, others more rectangular, all with a steep sloping roof. At times, flashing past in the train, I could catch a glimpse of what I would call a farmers garden - even bigger than Lorna's at Eight Mile Creek, terraced up the hillside behind the house. When we arrived it took a bit of time to get our bearings. I had to stop Beryl doing some busking, tap dancing on Simons suitcase while he and Eddy sorted ...