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... some areas we hadn't seen, such as the royal gardens and the presidential house, which now sat empty due to the current president not wanting to live in the same place as many communist leaders. For our final evening we had arranged a meal with the guys we met on the pub crawl the previous night. We went to a traditional restaurant just out from the centre. I had goulash with dumplings (a different dish from the traditional Hungarian goulash). After the meal we decided ...
We got back to our hotel and found some simple food, desert is one of the simple food choices and we enjoyed getting off our feet.
The next morning we got packed and got ready to start our cruise up the Elbe. The luggage ...
... Pass ride I met an Austrian guy over lunch. 12 years on this guy is still my inspiration! He had off work, every second Friday ... and every second Friday he would leave his home in St. Gallien near the eastern tip of Lake Constance, and ride for the day in whichever direction he felt like. One day it might be a full lap of the Lake, on another, a ride south deep into Switzerland, and on another right across Austria to the Grossglockner. I was envious ...but ...
... the Charles bridge, Prague castle, Jewish quarter, Wenceslas square, the Mozart theatre, and also where part of XXX was filmed with Vin Diesel! The rest of our days here were relaxing. We made a trip up to the Prague castle, we didn't go inside because it was too expensive but the view from up there was amazing. You could see all of Prague and it was surreal. It was a good home and we got to explore a ...
... migrated to Australia. She had moved back 10 years ago. It was interesting hearing her story, she got a bit emotional as she told it to us.
Some of the most memorable/enjoyable things we learnt on the walking tour were.
- The Czechs invented the sugar cube & contact lenses.
- Prague Castle never used to be lit up at night, it wasn't until Mick Jagger came to Prague & talked to the Prime Minister about how it should be. Mick ...