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... to Prague and discovered a gem of a city. Interesting fact #2 The Czech Republic does not use Euros and their notes go up to Kč 5,000. It feels strange to pay for things with numbers like 3,650 but it is brilliant to find out the it is about $170. So when lunch for five costs Kč1000 and a taxi under Kč200 life is good. My love of gothic was drawn to Prague. The architecture is magnificent and ...
... our steps I could have sworm id seen one the street we walked down on but apparently not. There was one however 3 metres from where we were sitting literally attached to the restaurant and I had spent 10 minutes looking for nothing.
Look I am not proud of this next part but I need to give some background information before you judge. Wearing nothing but thongs for 30 – 40 days straight does start to take its toll on ones feet. Now mine were in less than ...
... screaming Daaaaviiiiiiddddd!!!!! Now, for a moment I thought that we might be having a brace of little caravanettes, as Dulcie seemed determined to mount the recalcitrant caravan in front who was sashaying so seductively ahead of us. Fortunately, it was not to be, and apart from having to re-stack everything not nailed down in the van, and now on the floor, or falling from the windscreen or the back of my head, there was no damage. Now, speaking of Dulcie - ...
... that I would be able to exhaust all the worthwhile things to to in a day or so and then go on a day trip outside of Prague the second. Boy was I wrong.
I got off the plane, took a little bus to the end of the metro line, and then the metro to the center of town. I got out of the station and was immediately overwhelmed. Everywhere I looked was incredible architecture. Because it was Easter, there were street vendors, Easter markets, ...
... are more impressive. Apparently the city was so impressed with their clock (built .. 1400's??) that they cut off the inventors tongue and lips, and seared his eyes - effective in preventing him building another clock elsewhere. He got his revenge though, by throwing himself from the tower into the clock workings. Dead perhaps, but his clock no longer worked 'cos no one could fix it in his absence for a hundred or so years. Satisfaction. ...