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... wall of artificial stalactites that look like skulls and other figures. Interesting place and not too crowded. After the gardens, Diane and I went for a typical Czech meal. We had fried Brie and a crepe (with beer of course). We sat in a patio although it had started raining. They just increased the awning coverage. We then walked across the Charles Bridge (Karluv Most). It is considered one of ...
... vignette. I read it word for word (despite knowing exactly what it would say) and asked, "Oh I need to stick it in the window; can I get that here"? Playing ignorant is what we had agreed and suddenly Drama GCSE came in very handy. The reply that came was not what we had hoped for, "Passport". Oops, this wasn't playing out as planned. Then it was, "Come to the van". This was rapidly going downhill but still playing the happy little ignorant English boy I ...
... such an impressive church for such a small village. From the church grounds we walked in and around the village and stopped and had a traditional Czech lunch in a local pub which consisted of smoked pork, cabbage and dumplings for me and Sweet and Sour beef for Nick. The sweet part of Nick's beef was the jam and cream that came out on the beef. Was random but very yummy. All in all a great day out and ...
... They were hidden around town so that you would turn the corner and find another interesting art piece. English was a very popular language in Prague. All the signage and menus were in English rather than Czech. Even the TV channels were in only English and German. We learned a few Czech words to get around and when ever we used them, the locals were extremely surprised and very excited. My favorite word is dobrý den (pronounced doo-bree-den) which means hello and has ...
... and it took 100 years to repair it. Another legend says that if the clock stops for any length of time, Prague will fall. We met back at the church at 4.15 and the students retrieved all of their gear and we walked back to the Czech bridge where the buses were meeting us. Back at the hotel by around 5.00pm. First dinner at 7 and second dinner at 8. Curfew at 9, the wake up call is 3.15 for a 4.00pm departure in the morning for e airport. I went with a few of the parents to a nice ...