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... pretty good although very stodgy. I had apple strudel for desert and it was to die for. I couldn't leave that dish alone. I am pretty sure I had strudel everyday. It is so good, although the speciality is done with walnuts and not currents like the Austrians. In the morning we went to Wenceslas square and looked at shops and things. There is quiet a big food market there and also the popular shopping quarter with a Debenhams. Prague ...
... This is evident in their street signs which in most cases were a complete puzzle to us. Food servings were plentiful and we found ourselves ordering a "meat platter for 2" which was ample for the 6 of us!! Czech beer got a "big tick" from the guys! The Charles Bridge provided the perfect view of the Prague Castle at night - the lights are courtesy of the Rolling Stones who suggested the idea after ...
Prague Castle is the official residence and office of the President of the Czech Republic, it dates back to the 9th century. The Habsburgs were involved later and many buildings were added through the centuries. (The Habsburgs are everywhere in this part of the world - note to self to learn more about them).
The castle resembles a small city within a city. There are no less than three courtyards and several ...
... Crimea. As we mentioned in an earlier blog, the Czechs have very strong feelings about the situation. However, rich Russians make up an important part of the economy. The wealthy will often come to Prague and spend vast sums of money on luxury items, stay out the best hotels (The Four Seasons have more Russian visitors than any other nationality), and convert their currency into Czech korunas. The Czechs seem to think that Putin wanted the west ...
... told Josie, it breaks, I fix it and then carry on, easy. Ultimately we managed to get down 150 miles before stopping in Wurzburg and finding a campsite by just driving about until we saw a sign, we deserved some luck :)
Wednesday proved to be a trouble free day, where we managed to get some miles done, about 300 and across another border and into Prague. We found a campsite right in the centre of town and ...