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... was, that the food was amazing!!!
Last night was out last night in Prague we had the BEST meal. We happened upon this restaurant down a dead end street and had a price fixed menu that included 6 courses of wonderful flavor combinations, everyone of the dishes were unique. See the menu photo.
Before checking out, we went over to the museum ...
... looks like a work of art in itself; rich golden colours with quirky details. Some things are familiar; our hotel is in Wesceslas Sq. We sang about him at Xmas, but apparently he wasn't a King, just a Prince. Who knew!!! Our first afternoon was spent getting lost around the endless cobbled streets and lanes which wind around the Old Town. Thousands of tourists pile into the Old Square to look at the town hall and its astronomical clock, along with ...
... narrow and totally jammed with tourists to actually drop us at the door.
(I am hoping to build up a little writers tension here).
Hotel is above a restaurant, 3rd floor, no elevator, I thought the wee hotel chappie was going to expire carrying my case. Lovely room, skylights, bright, clean, spacious. A quick change and hit the tourist road.
Hell, all we had to do was to step out the front door. All ...
... our way into Starbucks which is where everyone goes to get free Internet, as long as you purchase something, hence Paul grabbed himself a coffee.
Danita has seen many Starbucks and does not buy anything and slips into the toilet after someone else as you need the code from your receipt to enter!
Still raining so we thought it might be a good idea to head home slowly after still managing to take a million more photos of Prague.
While we were ...
... day sightseeing today!
Late Addition: I almost forgot to talk about the food!! After finding it difficult to find authentic German food in Berlin, Prague was a welcome change. Street vendors serve sausages, potato dumplings with ham and cabbage, and a sweet sugary pastry called Trdlo. The coffee is strong and dark, and beer is everywhere you turn! And like I mentioned, beer is definitely cheaper than ...