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... we'd order some dumplings as well. The waitress wouldn't let us order just dumplings, she told us to order something to go with them. We went along with her recommendation, we were glad we did. The dumplings were dense bread, it would have been an interesting meal if we'd just had them. They had some really cool drinks, they were served in huge glasses and they put spirits in the bottom and lit them on fire. We really wanted to try one but started to ...
... After our good luck with the guidebook suggestion for local-approved dinner in Berlin, we tried out a Prague restaurant and were again very pleased at a great price. Dishes ordered at Café Louvre: plum chili sauce hamburger with French fries and coleslaw, potato gnocchi with salmon, pesto and cream sauce, local beer, ice cream soda*.
*Delicious summer drink alert: tall glass of soda water, blackcurrant syrup, scoop of lime ice cream or sorbet.
... front door, elevator, gate for the top floor, and apartment door. We also discovers that this location was superb. Across the street from the Four Seasons, with a market right next door and one block from the ever entertaining Charles bridge. The exchange rate also proved very favorable at about 25 to 1. Basically, if you know where to go, you can eat out for the same price as eating in in other European countries. Three eggs with ham ...
... serious snow fall at all....and what a place to have a snow fall....looking down from the castle we could see the snow had settled on the ancient statues...buildings....churches.....the new cars....the streets....it coated the trees and bushes....turn parks and gardens into fairylands of magic......it was brilliant....Nikki went too far and threw a snow ball and hit me in the head...but I was above that sort of cliched behaviour.....besides I was too busy taking ...
... dirty looks. Oops.
Anyways...Prague castle is the largest one in all of Europe and has a giant cathedal in the center of the grounds with the coolest gargoyles I have ever seen. They were carved people from the middle ages in various positions and facial expressions that gave the church a real gothic feel, it was so unique. Other than the gothic architecture, it was also apparent that Prague was quite influenced by ...
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