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... 80's hair band or something, it was pretty cool to see. After 1 drink we all decided it was time to head back to the hotel. We caught a night tram, which we had to wait 30 mins for cos it was after midnight...but only took about 20 mins back to the hotel. Tomorrow we have booked a free walking tour of Prague (Sand mans new europe - they work off what you think the tour is worth) so that starts at 10.45am with the couple from Melbs. Should be a busy day :-) Catch ya later Andrea and ...
... up with the group. It soon became clear we weren't likely to meet up with the so me and Nickolina decided to go off and explore Prague on our own. We crossed the river and headed towards the castle, meandering through the streets having brunch and catching up on everything we had missed in the last 4 years.
We eventually came to the Strahov monastery, a monastery founded in the 1100 and rebuilt after the 30 years war. The monastery's library was amazing, although you ...
... and that the ironing board was in fact a table. John then had to assist our neighbours, on either side. We had a picnic tea, (bread roils meat cheese and salad again just for variety.) washed down with slightly warm wine. John also sampled the railway goulash. (Reheated and reconstituted in the microwave by the agitated Buffet staffer. (As the train lurched goulash spilled all over the microwave). We slept. Sort of. More comfy than a plane anyway. ...
... to have a sauna but it took about 30 minutes to warm up and I nearly fell asleep in there.
Out group had previously decided to meet Sarah in the city for a night out so Joel, Gemma, Amanda and I caught a tram into the city and walked across Charles bridge at night. It was stunning with the lights and there was a fine misty rain which I secretly think was snow. We got to the old town square and Joel went up the clock tower to get nice views of the ...
... at it after that.
Prague is wonderful to look at, beautiful buildings, cobble stoned street, gorgeous to walk around, we were right in the centre of the original old city, with windows overlooking the square and the astronomical clock which is only one of 3 working clocks in the world. A big crowd would gather every hour to listen to the bells and see all the carvings popping out of doors and windows around the clock.
We googled a supermarket and ...
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