Courtyard Prague Airport
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Today is it- the final day. My feet are SO ready for me to sit for 10 hours! It's been a lot of walking, but it has been worth it. What a trip. Today I woke up in Vienna! Jeanne and I took the train to Stephanplatz and walked down to the Hofburg Palace. We wandered around, marveling at the opulence of our surroundings. Then it was time to visit the …
... ago but don't think it will last as he is quite disrespectful to her also. He loves the sound of his own voice and most of us are notably ignoring him as time goes on. I will finish off for tonight with our tour guide Chantal who is French. She is very nice although her yoooooo hooooooo to round us all up in her very strong frrrrrrrrrrench accent may be grating by the end of the trip. She too has a wicked sense of humour that appeals to me for some reason ...
In prague its hard to understand what people are saying. first we went to look around (boring) but we found a man in a little booth that looked like a midget it was really funny. Next we went to a castle with men dressed in light blue marching. Before we went to the puppet show we went to ...
... alone. I missed the first stop I was suppose to get off at, and so I figured I would just ride the bus in a circle and get off at it the next time around. Well the bus driver ended up dropping EVERYONE off, and then going to a random parking lot out in the middle of nowhere, and turning off the bus. Then he looked and me and kicked me off. He didn't speak English, so when I tried to show him where I was trying to go and the stop I ...
... found a great bar, Korbel, which we ate at for lunch nearly everyday. It was small and cozy and we were able to watch the Olympics, unfortunately none of the important sports were on but it was still fun! We ate goulash which is basically cubes of roast in a beef gravy/soup with bread dumplings (like a dense bread) and potatoes with fried onions. The food there was always hearty whether we got potato soup or a chicken salad. The kolachy is better than the ones ...