Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
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Jim & I enjoyed sleeping til 8 this morning! After dressing we had pastries at a Patisserie on the Rue de Kleiber. Jim noticed the rest of our group standing on the corner across from us with their luggage so I ran over to say our goodbyes & thank yous. We went for our last stroll by heading up the Champs d Elysee past the Arc in a new direction. …
... narrow streets (thank goodness for my sketchers). Whilst walking, Wayne spotted 2 young locals riding their bikes down the steep pitch using the narrow ledge precariously hanging on by the narrowest of margins with a 30 feet drop on the other side. We saw about 4 weddings in the main square which is quite common apparently along with buskers, musicians, artists, street performers, vintage cars and horse and carriages. Prague is very densely populated ...
... said "Hello", and she stopped in her tracks like we were from Mars. "English menu?" she tentatively quizzed. "Yes please" I said, and she giggled like a school girl while fetching and handing us the English menus. She must not see a lot of tourists. We ordered as cheap as we could, and were shocked when Jess' savoury crepe was gigantic, and when my pasta was equally gigantic. We tried our best, but we could only eat half. One of the strange things about the ...
This was by far the most beautiful church we have seen on our trip. The most well preserved for a church built in 1887 and the wood carvings are from 1905. I understand the church was closed to the public for almost 100 years and has recently been put under Vatican control and is now open to public and no ...
... moving in search of meaning in places and themselves. Some of them seem more lost then anything else (and content with having lost themselves), traveling for years with no real goal or destination. This is the impression we get from Russ, a New York Jew we meet at the Sir Toby hostel in Prague who teaches us how to say "cwofie, blonde and sweet" ,like a New Yorker and shows us his collection of spices--the only luggage he travels ...