At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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... or chandeliers.
For lunch we drove to a town called Lytomysyl and ate potato soup followed by fried cheese with chips. Afterwards we drove to Olomouc where we stayed in a great hotel. We had some time to freshen up before we met back up in the town and went to see the church of Wenceslas and the university that Mendel attended followed by a cute little restaurant. Here we ate in an underground area and I had chicken with mushroom sauce before heading back for an early ...
... 1 hour early for the concert and my tickets were valid, so all was looking good! We had lunch at the Lobkowicz Palace on the medieval balcony overlooking the city. We ordered Tappas to share and it was so yummy. They even handed out bunny rugs if you were too cold on the balcony!
We entered the concert a bit early and we were able to walk through the palace rooms that were displaying the family art collection of hundreds of years. It was so ...
... is so beautiful. We also saw the torture chambers which were pretty cool to just see the horrible tools try used on people. Last night we also had my birthday dinner at a Czech restaurant where the people perform dances and fighting scenes from mideviel times. Dad also made me dance with a belly dancing wench! Hah! All in all it was a long fun day. I also didn't mention we were ...
... through Hungarian, Slovakian and Czech towns and countryside before arriving in Prague.
We arrive about 40 minutes late as the train left Budapest late. The train ride was pretty long but uneventful and safe. A shuttle was waiting for us at the train station to take us to our hotel. We are staying at the Hotel Waldstein which is very near the castle walls in a very quiet and quaint section of Prague. ...
... crazy in the city square, but I thought it was cool.
Another event, perhaps truly newsworthy, was the RECORD-BREAKING FLOODING that hit the city. Check it out here:
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/czech-flooding --usti-nad-labem-101858548.html?vp=1&am p;.tsrc=xl/
Sadly, two people died, which became the gossip at the PLUS Prague hostel we were staying at and spread like untamed wildfire.
The cold rain put a slight damper ...