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... were giving out samples of fudge - Lets just say that Grant and I had our fair share of fudge - aka A LOT of fudge. The castle was absolutely beautiful! We also saw the changing of their guards which was interesting. The castle also had a beautiful view of Prague. We then made our way up to the Strahov Monastery for lunch and a few beers. I had goulash soup in a bread bowl - I figured I was on a roll and had to order it. I was then off to the train station to ...
... the longest you have to wait is 10 minutes. All three subway lines are connected and a 30 minute ticket costs around 1€, so it is affordable as well. It is clean, but sometimes you have to catch some pretty long escalators that go deep underground. A Communist nuclear safety addition perhaps?
We got out and checked out the Senate Gardens and the Senate building. It was a nice clean garden with the usual box hedges and statues leading to a nice ...
Extremely hungover again :/ think our livers have had enough! Dragged ourselves out to the old square for another look around. Prague has lovely old buildings... Weather was cloudy though. Went back to the hotel to relax for a while and went back to the Indian Lal Qila again! Such a good Indian! Went to bed after that didn't fancy any beers for some strange reason! ...
... we were not that fortunate. However, the train was pretty nice and provided the most important thing: air conditioning. We took off, and, an hour later, we were in Linz.
At this point, we weren’t exactly sure what was going on. We knew that we had to make a transportation exchange of some kind, but we weren’t sure what exactly we needed to do—only that there was a bus involved. We did end up finding said charter bus and settled ...
... t take a good hard look around. Study what you see. Think about what you see. And later, look up what you didn't understand. Yes, it serves to keep you safe, but it also serves to teach you about the people around you. Oh yeah......and don't be afraid to try and talk with people. They'll usually try their best to understand you. If you get mugged while doing this, however, I accept no responsibility.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Pets allowed