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... back to Prague and got some Pho Ga. This Vietnamese soup has become one of my new favorite foods!
On Saturday, Bram, Grace, and I decided to go to visit the Karlstejn castle. The Karlstejn castle is located about an hour outside of Prague above the little village of Karlstejn. This castle was founded in 1348 by Charles IV, Holy-Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia. King Charles IV is one of the most famous names in the Czech Republic and many things in Prague ...
We hid the presents around the house for her.
She got Frozen dolls, makeup set and other clothes. She was certainly happy.
She played with them and then we went out and rode a horse and carriage ride.
Zara was sooooooooo happy the biggest smile.
What brightened it up for me was a horse ******, it was magnificent ( Mum told ...
... hair bands and a brush for Elsa and Anna.
Zara wrote a list of what she wanted to do for her birthday.
I let Zara put make up on ME!
I''ll tell you 2 things Zara wanted to do.
Play with toys and the 2nd thing was play with toys.
We all went on a horse and carriage ride for her birthday.
... one of the horses ****.
It was amazing to see your daughter with a smile that lights up her face, in a princess horse and carriage, while playing Frozen, Let it Go song on the iphone.
We finished up our stay with a funicular tram ride up to a great observation tower overlooking the town.
There was a cute, mini zoo that the kids enjoyed feeding the few animals ...
- I woke up and checked out before making some breakfast.
- I caught the metro to the bus station (it took me a few minutes before I realised I was walking the wrong way.
- I bought a ticket for Karlovy Vary and waited at the bus station for my bus.
- The bus ride took a little over 2 hours. When I arrived a set about trying to find my hostel.
- There wasn't much in the way of hostels to choose ...