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... 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 ...
... the wine waiter was 'that word again' Most red wines still use corks and so it was decanted first.
We did not take photos of every course - hopefully I will add a selection of some courses.
English was spoken and we just had to speak slowly.
The wine list was huge (so were some of the prices)
It has been rated as the best restaurant in the Czech Republic and has 1 Michelin star (the ultimate in rating systems)
Before we got to the restaurant we got ...
... the Cruel, after an argument. Wenceslas was later made a Saint, so,so I suppose there was a miracle involved somewhere. We also see the place where two young students burned themselves alive in Peaceful protest against the the Russian oppression in the sixties. Prague has been occupied by the, the Germans and then the Russians. 14/1/14 On overnight city nights train from Prague to Zurich. We think. We are not 100%25 sure, and our Czech and German are ...
... they were holding their penises which moved up and down and their hips moved left to right. Was hilarious.
Then we got to the stunning Charles Bridge which is the most spectacular bridge crossing Vitava river. It’s construction started in 1357 but was only completed in the 15th century. It is decorated by 3 bridge towers and 30 statues all replaced by replicas now. There is apparently gold coins hidden on the bridge which move due to ...
... in the Czech Republic. The train journey went very quickly because we were sharing our cabin with a really interesting American couple. The man was a retired prisoners officer, involved in the running of one of the big prisons in America. It was very interesting talking to him about that. At one point in his career his staff were trying to sue him because he was forcing them to look at sexually ...