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... turned out to be the best decision of the day as it rained heavier and constantly. By the end of the tour we were soaked through and cold! During the tour we learnt quite a lot about the history of Prague and the wars, and we saw the university, including the area that used to be used for beheadings. You could still see the marks on the wall where the knife would be sharpened! Legend has it if you come to this corner at night you can still hear the cries of the beheaded. This part ...
... boiled cabbage made up for any missing disgustingness as it was truly horrible, but that fortunately the dumplings were quite good. I asked why the menu was more expensive than what they were advertising, and apparently it's because it's one set of prices on the street, and another set of prices in the restaurant, which is fine but I felt a bit put out that they don't advertise both price lists. As we were eating, we got a nice lightning show in the background, ...
... Alex loved her burritos. It was what I'd imagine to be more authentic tasting than the stuff you get from Montezumas or similar. We walked back over Charles Bridge to get home, stopping to take photos of the city at night. The sky has cleared so hopefully we will wake up to a fine day tomorrow. We are booked in to do a 3-hour Segway tour of the city in the morning. I'm nervous. Hopefully I won't run anyone over or get run over when I can't stop the ...
... was a gorgeous vineyard & expensive restaurant, which offers a view over the other side of the city. Worth it just for those two views.
We had been told about a couple of bars around town that serve unfiltered Pilsner Uruquell, which was the first ever pilsner brewed in 1842. Normal Pilsner Uruquell is decent without being too exciting but the unfiltered version is delicious. We went to a bar that the walking tour guy had told me served it unfiltered. It was a cool ...
... along the Left and Right Banks of the Vltava River which Prague straddles.
We struggled with pronunciations of the Czech language, and came to the conclusion that you need to master the 'cowels and vonsanents' if you want to be able to even read it.
Our last night in Prague before we fly out ...