At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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... we get back home…… don’t want to give you nothing to wait for.
After we had our moment on the Charles bridge captured on paper we went to a fancy restaurant for tea. We tried Escargot (translation – Snail) for our entre. Snails which are considered a delicacy in France have a similar texture to chicken and prawns if that makes sense! Kind of exhilarating trying new food like that. We also had pasta and Crème boule for ...
... feeling very well so it will be an early night in hopes that I will be better soon. I really want to go out one night in Prague, hopefully I can find people on the walking tour tomorrow that would be interested. There is a night club by Charles Bridge that has 4 stories and one of them is an ice bar. Each story has a different musical style, one of which is disco :D
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... on our bed. There is one feature we're not to keen on... But I figured out an easy solution. I bought a little apple keyboard to type on with my Ipad for my talks and all of this travel blog stuff. It works much better then I thought it would. So...not to much to report on yet. I went to bed before Julee, woke up at 4am and now I cant get back to sleep so I am going to put away my cloths. Maybe I will have a beer...after all my body thinks it's noon ...
... at a bunch of the menus out on the sidewalks and chose a place that had what I was looking for. I had sausage and beef in a red spicy gravy with dumplings ( called Goulash) of course with a beer. For not being a beer drinker back home, I have been enjoying it here. Also ordering beer is much more budget concepts then water, as Michelle asked for water and it cost her $4 and the beer only cost ...
... t stop to read. I kept going and climbed up into the big park with the viewing tower (the name escapes me as I write). Viewing towers, viewing platforms on the top floor of sky scrapers, high points on the landscape. It's one of the things I'm all about. That, parks and water. Prague has got all of them. I've described a sea of terra cotta before while talking about European cities and the same can be said for Prague, only it has the river running right through the centre of it, capped ...