BEST WESTERN City Hotel Moran
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... 30+ degrees out without a single cloud in the sky. Having already learnt from Maggie and Sue's Swiss mountain sun burns, we were well prepared with sunscreen this time. Still getting some sweet tans though, no longer glow white from the Canadian winter! Drained from the heat, we headed back to the hostel and made our final booking arrangements in Greece. We are officially done making reservations for things, hooray! We also took the opportunity to print out some upcoming train and ...
... was very ornate, with marble columns, morals and painted ceilings. There was a grand piano, 3 violinists, a bass and I think a Chelo. They played Vilvadi and Mozart. I have now idea what, but I had certainly heard at least half the songs before as soundtracks of movies. Mary you would have been proud of me! We grabbed some very ordinary, quick, but not fast food and navigated our way back to the hotel by tram. We are becoming such proficient, if not very weary, ...
... with explicit instructions to burn unread. The 'friend' had them published instead and so his works only started attracting attention and critical acclaim after his passing. Poor Franz died thinking he was a failure.
Some contemporary art, varied architecture, and town squares later and the tour was over. It had started to rain so we tipped our guide and attempted to find shelter and refreshments in a nearby Czech ...
... around reading Facebook etc. Then off to the "Spirit Bar" for a few drinks and dinner. I wanted to try "cmunda" but they didn't have it. The waitress said the closest was the honey pork ribs and potato pancakes. Both together cost less than $10. The ribs were delicious, but I wasn't that fussed on the potato (& cabbage) pancakes - which were the size of rissoles, not flat like a pancake (for the Aussies). Great night and the storm fizzled out.
... had a teeny, tiny voice so we were a little apprehensive but she made up for it with quality chat. The 25 or so of us, followed her yellow umbrella around the streets of Prague, learning about the workings of the famous Astronomical Clock in the main square, the Jewish Quarter, the Opera Theatre and defenestration.
For those of you not up to speed with Central European history, defenestration involved pushing people out of very high ...