Alea Apartments House
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... and in restaurants and cafes too.....and I have had 7 cups so far.
... went on a Harbor cruise Including lunch and a few drinks as well. The food was amazing and included traditional Czech dishes. The best was the goulash. It is slightly different from the Austrian version as it is somewhere between the soup and a beef stew. It was delicious. Brian and I spent most of the afternoon wandering around the old quarter. This tea reminded us a lot of old Montreal so we really enjoyed it. For this evening we had ...
We arrived in Prague after a 5 1/2 hour train ride from Vienna,
feeling rather weary. Negotiated the Metro to our host's stop. Then
managed to get lost a little in a maze of high rise apartments that
all looked the same. Met by Hedvika our new host, and settled for a
rest as she departed overnight for work elsewhere, leaving us alone
to wait for Jan. Each day they left for work and we had a key to
come and go as ...
... steak that was incredibly scrumdidleiumptious and to wash the whole meal down and complete the day 2 tasty local brews. The best part about the whole meal aside from the warming my soul part was that it cost only a total of about 7 dollars which was incredibly cheap, assuming realistically that the same meal and set up would have cost around 20 dollars in the States. Overall, it was a very good day.
... Old Town Hall. There is a college behind the Town Hall which was cool to see kids our age. The square is very lively with a popular market and musicians always playing. The Church of the Virgin Mary is there also.
We then walked to the Jewish Quarter and had coffee and crossants and Jason had an apple roll which is apparently a typical breakfast item. We sat outside and talked for awhile and then went to the ...