EA Hotel Downtown
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... plump rat running across the pavement, before scuttling down a tree branch and then down to the water's edge. He excitedly exclaimed, "Look, it's Remy!" [from the Disney film Ratatouille] and we amused ourselves watching his progress. This time we crossed over the Charles Bridge towards the castle. The bridge was beautiful, but annoyingly busy. Someone almost elbowed Mr H in the eye, whilst taking a photo of their family, so we moved on. We ...
... 5 minute bathroom breaks, I am fairly certain the entire tour group already knows who we are thanks to Grandpa's outspoken comments. (At one point the tour guide made an unflattering comment about the Czech president and Grandpa offered to trade our president for his. He also misheard the tour guide talking about Czech Kings and thought he was talking about "chickens") We've only met a handful of fellow cruisers, but most seem to be from North America. I am (as ...
... A Ford. During our visit we saw protests going on for the upcoming election, as youths were trying to gain support against the growing socialist/communist party. Czech only broke away from communist rule in 1989, they just had their first public election this past year where citizens were able to partake in the vote. Pretty ...
... our passports hadn’t crossed back over the channel and with an address to go and pick them up from, we hatched a plan to go to Vienna.
Wandering through the city, this time in the sun, made for a much more pleasant afternoon and we headed towards the main square, walking among stalls and street performers stopping to have a beer to wait for the famous skeleton clock to chime.
... do before you die?" Buckets of chalk hung from the top of the wall, and people had used that chalk to write their answers on the lines provided. My favorites: "to live", "to learn French", "to love Lisa", "experience world peace". Further on, we saw some (intentionally?) disturbing large baby sculptures, on which crawled real children. You never know. Guess what we saw down by the Vltava river? Swans? Yes. A bride? YES! Where do ...