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Headed back out in the afternoon. Time to EAT again. Found a local pizza place. It was 6p. We had to promise to be finished by 8p because he had all tables reserved after that. In Europe meals are leisurely affairs and they do not give you your check until you ask for it. They let you stay as long as you like. We promised to be done by 8p. The pizza was wood grilled and delish. We went to a big indoor ...
... occurs while the Todd and I look on. Mikal cuts the line and bursts out laughing.
"She want know how much drunk I am, I told her not too much!"
Good work Mikal.
We played pool and drank for a bloody long time in the end.
In the morning the Todd was gone but had left his card on my camper door with his email addy written on in biro, I'll certainly keep in touch.
I gave War-Beard a substantial tip to help cover the cost of the ...
... town, which was great because Prague is magnificent. However, the tour information was very brief and I only got half of it because the speaker system was a bit dodgy. Add in the suspension on those little trains is not great. I saved my feet but my butt paid the price. After the ride I made my way back to home for a second attempt at laundry. This time the laundromat was open but I got lost on the way there. Makes sense considering I walked ...
... I love them. They gave us the energy needed to climb our next tower, the clock tower. This one gave us a birds eye view of the centre of Prague, allowing us to see just how many tourists there were. The answer is lots. We then headed across the beautiful Charles Bridge and up the hill to Prague Castle. Along the way we were offered a sample of cinnamon and chocolate coated almonds, which we had to buy after trying. They were that good. Eventually we ...
... as odd an instrument as the assortment of objects in the bar. A tuba was wrapped around one guy’s neck, and a clarinet swung over the shoulder of another. It all looked very promising. George, being the front man, swaggered up to the microphone and gave a rousing welcome to the bar in Czech, but I clapped loudly and enthusiastically all the same. He suddenly spotted me in the crowd and switched to English. “Ah! We have some visitor’s tonight! Welcome! You come ...