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... hotel so we left our luggage and walked to a local restaurant recommended by the front desk staff - Lokal. We had a great lunch. All ordered something different. Everyone drinks beer here for lunch. They come as big beer and little beer glasses. The waitress walked up and said "6 beers"? the guys tried the local beer while the rest of us had water. Prices were low - 43CZK ($1.90). Soup $1.50. Bob had the most expensive ...
... introduced but now decides that to level the playing field he needs me drunk so out comes the traditional Polish honey liquor that I have to try. Along with the bottle which I'm encouraged to drink as much of as possible. By the way War-Beard keeps bees which prompted me to ask whether the honey liquor was home made.
"Probably" was the reassuring answer I got from Mikal.
So Mikal and I are pretty drunk at this point but I'm still thumping them so I'm ...
... emerges in a little room an from there we had to walk out onto a terrace. The terrace was really only wide enough for one person. Everyone had to walk in the same direction around the tower, and there were a LOT of tourists up there. It took half an hour to walk what was maybe 40 meters. I only freaked out five or six times, but I think I covered it well. At least I didn't snap at anyone. After the tower I attempted to see a couple of the churches in the town square. I ...
... anecdotes and wacky sound effects made for a very entertaining and informative tour. A great start to our time in Prague. Following his advice, we later headed for a nearby park. Relaxing in the sun with the locals, it was nice to escape the touristy centre. We meandered our way up steep winding paths until we reached the highest point of the park. There we found the Czech equivalent of the Eiffel Tower, Petřínská rozhledna. Once we ...
... turntables to spanners and old newspaper clippings from Paris advertising soap. I couldn’t be certain, but after I sat down in a dark inconspicuous corner with my first beer, I think I spotted a mummified monkey head swinging gaily in the alcove nearby. I also couldn’t help but spot the basement, sealed off for the time being with a very alarming warning sign not to enter. It occurred to me that the earlier tour could have been an elaborate plot to torture unwary tourists ...