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... to walk thru an Xray machine to check that I wasn't carrying drugs on my body!
Dobry den! Jak se mas? (Hello How are you?)
We saw quite a bit today, but there's so much more to see here and learn, the temp is 32c,
The bus picked us up from our hotel, at 10am, I'll let the photo's do the talking I think, on our return we had to find our own way back, we had no idea where we were, let alone find our hotel, the silly female tour guide said it's ...
... where Carlos was able to look up his great-grandfather and grandfather in the Emigration Museum archives. For New Years, back in Valencia, we ate the traditional “12 grapes” for good luck, at each of the 12 seconds leading up to midnight. (Actually only Che and Carlos managed to eat all 12 in 12 seconds. It was surprisingly harder than it sounds.) We spent a few more days in Valencia, appreciating the mild winter weather, before Carol and ...
... years ago Big John" - he remembers you well !!
There are a lot of buskers in the Old Town Square - the older chap playing an ancient accordion and singing (very well), an accomplished young organist, a jazz band, Scottish piper, opera singer, flautist (yes - with a flute - not flaunting !) and the usual human statues.
At the chiming of the hour at the Astronomical clock, it is standing room only as the crowds gather to watch it ...
... another week. Don't sell yourself short on 4 days or less, you will be disappointed. Every day we have seen new things, and we're often on the same walking route we use to find Old Town and Wenceslas Square. Prague is Europe's best secret in North America. For more photos follow us @MurkyPig and read our additional blogs here on TravelPod and at TripAdvisor under goose3nbc. Thanks for reading and hope this helps your planning if you make Prague your next vacation ...
Pretty uneventful day. Ate breakfast and took the least efficient path to the train station, thanks to the girl behind the hostel counter. Finally there, got on my 5 hour train to Prague. It gave me a chance to really calculate my finances so far. Under budget! #win....ha ha.
Once in Prague, to my surprise, it's not only a much different language but they don't use the Euro. I knew I had to take the metro to get to my hostel but the machine didn't take credit cards. So ...