Aureus Clavis Hotel
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... only have a 22min connection time so if all goes well after we catch the connection I will relax this will prove to be my stress day of the entire trip. We'll train moves off all goes well but as we get to the 1st station they change the engine so we are delayed we now only have 20 min change over, and so the journey continues and with each station something causes longer delays till finally we are resolved there is no way we are going to get ...
... they did have two sculptures of a pirate! There was also a lobster tank in the shape of a pirate ship - not that exciting but Jess keeps telling me to add it in! There ya go!
After lunch we strolled through the Jewish quarter and passed the University and then along the river before crossing over to the side where Prague Castle was situated.
It was so unbearably hot, and Jess has been suffering because she forgot to bring a hat! ...
... as Jack's crepe with Nutella he insists on each day. The stalls also sell Cooked Pork from the Spit on bread rolls, and fried potato skins. Briony and i have decided we are doing the eating tour of Europe, and will make a list of outstanding food from each country we visit. We have Dinner in the Bohemian restaurant.downstair because we have free drinks...John ecstatic (not) at last has "Masterchef" style meal with big white plate, small portion food and creative drizzle ...
... and past the colosseum type structure where the Hitler rallies were held and the Nuremburg trials for war crimes were conducted.
Down the motorway and into Prague late afternoon where we did a an evening orientation with an local guide before having dinner cruising along the river watching the lights and the Prague skyline. A pleasant evening with beer and traditional Czech food before walking to the lookout for a night overview of the city under lights. Tomorrow we ...
... day. More beer is consumed in Prague than anywhere else in the world. (I would have put my money on the Irish.) Forget the mocha latte, it’s perfectly acceptable to pick up a pint with your breakfast at 10 a.m. in the morning.
Prague is not the epicenter of shopping, unless one is in search of leggings with a purple orangutan motif - which I was not - and if I ever am, please track down Stacy and Clinton to reprise their roles on WNTW to get me some ...