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... and I had foolishly left my little reading glasses at home [the ones that fold into a little case], forgetting how vital these would be for map-reading!) We dined on bread, cheese & tomatoes, and I collapsed into bed at around 9:20, hoping that I would get a good night's sleep despite the skylight in our room.
I was out like a light!
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... of the Castle complex and an amazing structure but the Palace and Golden Lane were the more intriguing. The palace was the seat of power of the Bohemian Kings for over 300 years. We were able to view the majestic coronation room and the Crown Jewels. The Golden Lane contained a collection of makeshift dwellings between two of the castle walls. The twenty of so dwellings had little plumbing ...
... we had dinner in the hostel bar and got to know them through energetic chit chat on our behalf and exhausted flu like symptoms on theirs. The vibe was jelling, but everyone was dead so we just went on a night tour of Prague and decided to savour ourselves and explore the nightlife The next night instead, when everyone would be feeling pumped and ready to go. There was 6 of us newbies joining the tour - we thought it would be like the first ...
... I am ****en destroying them. They have some weird rules that I've never seen before, most noticeably you must sink the black in the opposite pocket to the one you sunk you last coloured ball in.
Despite this the schooling I'm giving these guys is ridiculous. They smashed every shot and missed heaps that would have gone in fine if they had just nudged it. They also had no concept of trying to leave the white ball somewhere handy (or at least not terrible) for the ...
... the good stuff that is used to make beer, with your (BYO) partner.
Afterwards, you are wrapped in sheets and blankets and you lie on a bed of straw and all the beery stuff and moisture drains/evaporates.
At the end of your hour (if you can still stand), you get dressed, you are told your skin will be smoothest if you don't wash the beer bits off until tomorrow and you have to walk up the steps to the ...