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... there were ships to look at along the way. Our favorite - a chocolate shop of course. There were samples of chocolate covered almond and raisins . I bought a gigantic bar of Prague chocolate. Pawp and Jayj bought some of the chocolate and cinnamon raisins and we both got a tiny cup of liquid chocolate. It was decadent. I think there might be a law against something so good! Sannie and I ran our fingers around the cup at the end. It gave us the energy to reach the ...
Another beautiful morning, the suns out, and ready to leave at 9 to send all we can. We visited the astronomical clock to see it on the hour, a little like the munich one but been and gone a lot quicker. At the old town square we hired an old car for half an hour to take us over to the otherside of the bridge to see the outside of the palace and surrounds. Only visited the outside as nearly done with them. Had lunch then got ready for the tour of the Kutna hora, it's over ...
... for $23 aud. Yup, the better priced food had arrived! We took the leftovers home for breakky (don was thrilled!) got some milk, chocolate, yoghurt and some muesli bars for another low price and headed home. Cup of tea before bed and we were chuffed. Our first morning in Prague was great, Don ate his Pizza, I had a tea and we got some more bookings for the trip done. Then it was time to brave the heat and get outdoors. We got the tram to another station and jumped off to catch ...
... able to, at least once in their lives. Because there are supposedly so many rules and regulations regarding probably the most important trip of their lives, they really didn't want to mess it up when it came to the real deal. Did look very unusual, to say the least.
We had a couple of hours in transit at Kiev, so, stepping down on the tarmac we did our internal Ukrainian dance, political upheaval ...
... Strahov Monastery, winding our way to Prague Castle. Radim told us about Prague along the way and important words in Czech such as beer (pivo), thank you, and good day (dobriden). When we got to the castle, we discovered it was more like a fortified city. It is the size of 11.3 football stadiums and comprises a four story perimeter of buildings around 4 courtyards. In the middle is a formidable cathedral, Saint Vitus. It was a perfect time of day and ideal temperature. ...