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... had several town clocks that all chimed on the quarter hour right through the night. I guess this was endearing in a way or perhaps annoying depending on if you are a light sleeper or not.
So after a couple of nights in Cesky Krumlov it was back to Prague for one night. Not alot of time to see much more of Prague but to be honest we were weary of the mobs of tourists. We did manage to get a bit lost and inadvertantly see another side of ...
Sorry for no new entry since our computer was hacked by our backpack thief. Somehow he even changed our TravelPod password so we established a new account.
Most of the catch up will be done by the photos we've added.
We have a great apartment on Prague with a huge bathroom.
Took a Context walking tour of Prague today.
Concert last night in St. Nicholas church and tonight at the National Museum.
Great weather, great time.
Barbara & David
... great and I think the highlight of Prague for us! They played some of the more popular classical pieces including some Smetana and Dvorak who are the most famous of the Czech composers. After the concert we walked along the river for a few minutes admiring the beautiful night lights, especially Prague castle lit up in the distance which looked surreal. Then it was back to the hotel for the obligatory hot chocolate in the Sports bar before ...
... in, pictures of the food, and was right on the main tourist drag. Regardless, it was still good and well-priced. I had the pork loin and Larissa had the Czech version of Kielbasa. And the building was five hundred years old. Crossing back over the Charles Bridge I was able to pick up the second in a (we hope) long series of city drawings by local artists. This one was a watercolor etching of one end of the bridge, done from almost exactly the same spot where the artist/vendor ...
... and celebrating. So I walked over with the hostel girl and met up with her American and Canadian friends currently living in Prague. We drank beer and there were lots of food stands, beer stands, and music tents playing folk music. People actually put hot dogs and other foods on stilpicks and cooked them on the big fires. Although I don't exactly agree with the history of this celebration, I'm glad to have experienced it. The most comparable thing ...