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On flight to NY meet up with the Aarons heading over to go to the Holy Land.
At NYC... nice plane...Luthanza Air....enjoyed movies so much that we didn't sleep much on the way over :)
Stopped in Munich to nap on lounge chairs before the flight to Prague.
Our ride was waiting here for the drive to hotel. Probably the easiest airport in …
... over 160L of beer, per person, per year! After the walking tour we made a bee line straight to one of the pubs Ash had said we could get one of the beauties from. We read through the menu and sure enough down the bottom of the page was four choices of pies. We made our selection and I headed to the bar to order the pie and pint combo. I promptly returned to Kitto at the table with the bad news that they had sold out and possible wouldn't have anymore until after our ...
... Strike off three must sees with a visit to Petrin Hill. Walk the hill and its gardens, ride the funicular up the hillside and venture to the top of Petrin Tower. A metro pass covers the funicular fare, but Petrin Tower has an additional fee. 2. Pick a cafe, any cafe and order your favorite coffee. Go ahead and venture into Starbucks for a travel series mug, go elsewhere for kava. Also, realize coffee here will forever change your opinion of the best coffee you've ...
Prague is perhaps our favorite city we've visited so far. It's a wonderfully cultured city full of music, architecture and the ballet. It's of course also a wonderfully picturesque city. Worth mentioning it's a cheap city with very good cuisine. Lunch at a sit down restaurant can be just US$5. We've had several tasty feasts here for under us$10. Our last meal here was in a monastery, where I gorged myself on a rack of 4 ginormous pork ribs with ...
... the original owners, still baking bread or painting wooden toys. In some ways it still feels like an occupied city, with thousands of tourists swelling the place every weekend. In the nicest sense possible, I get the impression that Czechs are used to be overrun, and dare I even say it, comfortable with it. They in turn can feel comfortable being who they are, by enjoying the tradition of drink and revelry laid down by their forefathers without being too concerned about that ...