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- Continental Breakfast
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... kind of) and now the three of us were all in Prague. Anyone who doesn't think this is a small world has to reconsider! Anyway, the three of us along with many other travelers all played spoons, Egyptian ratscrew, cards against humanity, and taboo. This went on deep into the night only taking breaks to check the score or grab more beer. I paid the equivalent of $1.20 for three .5 liters of tasty beer which lasted the whole night. I put myself to bed around 3:30 ...
... hotel and have an early night.
We departed Munich on the coach for Prague with a 2 hour stop en route at Nurenberg. Another pretty little German town filled with bakeries, savory strudels, pretzels and of course sausages.
On arrival in Prague, we did the optional folklore excursion with unlimited beer and was a fun night. We had a few more drinks in the hotel when we returned.
We had a full day ...
... shots of rum each. Courtney and I walked back to the old town and ran right into a political rally where there was a few bands playing. There were many people around supporting their candidates. We figured why not support these people as well. We first went into the huge shopping center in the area to use the bathroom and ended up taking a shot of rum in one of the bars in the center of the shops. When we got out of the mall we wanted to keep drinking so we went to another ...
... somewhere to eat for lunch. We came across a nice looking place where we could sit outside & enjoy the sun. We had a beer and radler while sitting in the sun & the most amazing pork knuckle. It was huge and so tenderly cooked. After this we had full belly's & full brains, we were ready for a nap.
We headed out to do some more exploring, after we had walked up an appetite we found a stall selling takeaway food. We decided to get ...
... two windows open at the top, and statues of the apostles rotate behind them. Then the golden goose at the top flaps his wings and crows, and the show is over. Just fascinating. I might add, that their was a Starbucks very close, with clean, free bathrooms!!
After walking around for another hour or so, we saw the John Lennon wall, little Venice, the water wheels and the walls of locks. We walked across the Charles Bridge, ...