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So after a very late night last night it was up early today to head out for a 9 1/2 hour excursion. We were headed to the spa town of Karlovy Vary- about 20 kilometers from the German border. The town was originally settled by Germans but now is heavily populated by Russians. There are 16 mineral water springs in the town, in addition to the many hotels and "sanitariums" where one can bathe in the mineral spring water. Each tap has ...
... able way. I'd hoped they weren't English but it turned out they were, self loathing. Experienced soup which was served in an edible bread bowl, always going to go down well. McDonald's serves beer instead of soft drinks, fabulous. Enough reason to visit Prague as any. Got a horrific case of chub rub on my thighs, had to stop and buy nappy rash cream so I could make it back to the hostel. Stood applying it in the street, there was no embarrassment by this point as I had ...
... like the shops here have , from the jewellery to the amazing clocks ,
On sale one of these grandfather clocks covered in gold was on sale 50% off for €22000.
The he shops were quiet as the Russians haven't come on holiday .
Oh oh the beer the best ! Pilsner was invented here and is sooooo good . Good food David loved the pig shanks , the special Czech duck and dumpling . Me I am trying to keep to salad so I don't look like a dumpling .
... absolutely fantastic. They also served complimentary wine and continuously refilled it throughout the meal.
Tonight we will spend the rest of the evening in the lounge meeting more of our fellow passengers. I am definitely the youngest one on the boat- probably by about 20 years. I get the feeling I stand out quite a bit but that doesn't bother me.
Tomorrow is a tour of mid-evil Nuremberg, then at lunch we sail towards Regensberg!
... time exploring claustrophobic mines where children were employed, cutting away at the rock in these small caves at a rate of 1cm per day! In the evening we had another tasty Czech dish, Bramborak (potato pancakes). After dinner we walked to the nearest town where we met some locals at the pub. 18 crowns for a pint of beer ($NZ1.06). Tom who spoke German made a new best friend and exchanged addresses with a friendly local ...