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... even odder than driving over. Either end of the bridge features a border post for the country.
The gardens have some lovely walks. We did some including one after dusk. Perhaps another before leaving town.
Lunch at Kaffe Konig was enormous (Saurbraten and Schnitzel), so come the evening meal time we didn't deserve a large meal. That's our excuse why we had a 3 scoop ice cream sundae at Kaffe Konig for our ...
... was a Czech restaurant with a modern twist. We started with an entree of baked pretzel and marinated cheese, as well as a few beers!adam had a veal snitchel and I had duck confit covered in a dumpling with onion and a delicious jus. All of this was KN 675 (~€20!). We decided to wonder through old town after lunch. Unfortunately it rained a bit, but it was pretty light and stopped within 20 mins or so. The main square is incredible. It was so busy but also bustling with lots ...
... style foods. I had beef goulash and bread dumplings! Out and about for more walking and a little shopping! We signed up for a tour of the city via Segway for tomorrow! Hopefully no rain!! Our dinner was at a nice Czech restaurant caked Kilvona Original Restaurant where we could choose from the menu! A short walk back to the hotel! Off to bed! Now awake at ...
... meals arrived.Meals enjoyed we headed out of the restaurant to a nearby massage parlour, now this is Europe but it wasn’t one of those parlours.Having travelled pretty much non-stop for the last while our bodies were in need of some relaxation and Prague seemed to have a multitude of Thai massage places and with the price being about $20 for an hour we decided it was worth the treat. Feeling very relaxed after our evening we made the short trip home and fell ...
... may not sound appealing, remember very few things here in Prague are similar to their distant relatives in the states. The evening isn't complete without a return to Old Town. As the hotel is well situated, we made a late evening return to soak in the street entertainment, the late night food carts and music that breathes life into Prague. The food carts rely on cash only and small bills with change is preferred. A Pilsner and kielbasa for less than $5 ...