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... smoking in outdoor cafes is also pretty gross as cigarette smoke forever wafts past as you eat. So Vysehrad was a welcome escape from the crowds.
However, we did finish with a bang - we had a lovely boat cruise in a small boat (only 20 or so people) rather than the big river cruiser (the Vltava is packed with cruise boats), and finished with an evening ride around the city in a replica vintage car. We drove up to the castle again to watch the sunset, and a huge super ...
... br> That said, we ended our holiday by attending an Andre Rieu concert at the O2 Arena, on the outskirts of Prague, along with 18'000 others. Wow, what a show and definitely one of our lifetime highlights. There was a good mix of old favorites, including Nessum Dorma, sprinkled with a few new pieces, balloons falling from the ceiling, dancing in the aisles, et al. What an unforgettable night.
To get to see the show, we had to make friends ...
... the King Charles bridge. The menu consisted of three groupings which included your appetizer, entree and dessert. It was very expensive. We ordered one meal and a goat cheese to share. The food was beautiful and delicious. The waiter gave us all a small glass of wine complementary...bottles started at $50. Our one meal with no drinks cost over $100. I felt bad being cheap with brandi's roommate with us, but with a $900 budget I was not going to blow half of it on one ...
... We waiting out the storm and decided to head into town with Suz and Justin for our last dinner. It was nice to go out with another couple and have a dinner, the best thing was that Prague is really cheap, a lot cheaper than the other cities we've been too, so it didn't break the bank for us to go out and eat once in a while. It was a nice break from salami, bread, and cheese. Made it an early night because we had to catch the bus at 8:00am to Vienna. Love ...
... able to drag them out of the store without buying them one yet. We continued on towards the Old Town center where we would find an amazing clock, perhaps even better than the glockenspiel in Munich. It is the astronomical clock that has been there since the early 1400's. It was very unique no hard to figure out how it works. We watched it at the top of the hour and it had a short little show, of sorts. It brought the crowd to watch it, so we were a bit squished. As we ...