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... vegetarian restaurant where Maja worked. She greeted me happily. I sat and ordered tzatziki with toast. Maja informed me there'd be no room for me to travel with her tomorrow, to see her group's Afro-dance performance. I wasn't surprised.
I said I had to leave Prague. She said, she was going to have a week of vacation beginning in three days. But ...
... she could see the big city was wearing me ...
... a church spire to climb - some only one or two hundred stairs, but there have been a couple that are three or four hundred stairs - a workout in itself!
Charles Bridge, which is the main connection between Prague Castle and the city's Old Town, offers amazing city views, stands selling jewelry and paintings and the local needy people often kneeling in a silent prayer hoping kind tourists will share some ...
... met tons of interesting people and shared a brilliant evening with people from all over the world.
My boots were made for walkin' when I was in Prague. I walked 8 hours straight, 2 days in a row just so that I could fit everything in that I wanted to do (it would have been less but I also visited Kutna Hora- the Bone Chapel).
Prague has a Czech dish called "Meat in sweet sauce" ( I don't know the Czech name), but if you ask ...
... unsure cities. Although we're not really good at it, we know some words in French and some in German, but Czech? Niente. Grocery shopping was really fun. Sonia now knows the word for strawberry in 4 languages. We shall not want for delicious red fruit. Lucky for us, Prague itself is big and touristy enough that most everyone spoke English and we had no problems. I've a feeling that would change if we went out of the city, but we didn't, so we were safe. We mostly looked at ...
... sorry and shook my head. And then Abby and I followed exit signs which actually took us up into what looked like a car dealership so then we took an elevator up and ended up in the Palladium so that was kind of awkward. We also didn't realize they don't give out grocery bags here so we were hauling around everything and the water bottles they sell in liters so they're huge! All's well that ends well though, and we made it home on time.
We went ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed