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... plate and was seared. It was another nod towards the trendy 'simple clean flavours' movement and everything was about the carrot!
11 - Course eight: Mnetes Pigeon and beetroot essence served with Sancerre La Croix du Roy 2008. Last time we had pigeon in a Michelin restaurant we learnt that it is 'proper' to serve pigeon basically raw and we really disliked it. We were both a little concerned about this course but we had no need to be, it was delicious (of ...
... The tower cost about 3-5€ each, but after the hike to get there, you have to climb another 300 stairs to the top. The view though was worth the sweat and shaky legs. Giving you a 360 degree view of Prague, very very beautiful! It takes about a total of 5 minutes to take the pictures you need and another 3 to appreciate the view, then down the stairs and the hill we go again... Half way back from the park to the Charles bridge tucked away in a more private street Carmen and I ...
... 3700kr/liter I think. The country has a government similar to England with Parliament and a Prime Minister. A lot of the governmental buildings are located either in Prague Castle or near it. Prague has three tram lines a Green Line (A), a Yellow Line (B) and a Green Line (C). The trams’s run along above ground cables and actually stop at red lights, in fact this afternoon when we were coming back from Terezin ...
... was a big fan of Prague and didn´t want to change a thing.
When Nathan and I arrived at the train station we were informed that our train was 80 minutes late. We we´re not about to drag our heavy backpacks on another 20 minute walk into town so we got dinner at the station and eventually jumped on the train to Berlin. The 4hr train ride gave me plenty of time to read Outlaw, a new novel I started reading. It is a great book that I highly recommend. Outlaw ...
Up today and to take in the sights on Hradcany—the neighborhood by
Prague Castle. Nerudova Street is a real
work out, but the view from the top is your reward. I meandered around the castle complex for a
little while and admired St. Vitus Cathedral.
Then I walked west toward Cerninsky Palace. Across from the palace you will find the
Loreta Church. Tucked behind ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed