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... days gives way to the inky dusk, with theatrical lighting bringing the city to life at night. There is not any direction one looks where it is not a picture book. Being compact, it is an easy city to walk around and take in the sights. In our one evening and day we checked out river boats breaching the weir using the lock, walked through the old city centre, saw the astronomical clock strike 1pm, heard musicians in the square, crossed the Charley ...
... was just a short walk back to the Main Square from here. We bought a Kurtosh - a circular rolled doe cooked then coated in cinnamon and sugar, very tasty.
This afternoon I went to the shopping centre to fill in time before we had our appointment at the BeerSpa… over to you Chris.
For around AUD $80, you are given all the beer you can drink in 25 minutes and plonked in a spa bath ...
... the city as his retirement plan, and that he was happy to leave its Jewish Quarter intact as a "memorial to a race he wiped out", so sick! After the tour we found a pub nearby for lunch. Our hunger satisfied, the boys were keen to further quench their thirst at the Prague Beer Museum. They had tasting platters of 10 beers each, and I tried 5...I struggled with a few of them but it was a giant step for a former non-beer drinker I'd say! ...
... before finally ending up at the Lobkowicz Palace for lunch. Lunch was excellent and very reasonably priced for where we ate.
... performance Spartakiada which referred to the power and strength of the slave uprising led by Spartacus of old. No egos involved here! Little of this huge arena is still useable today.
OK... I'm sounding pretty negative here....
Once we got to the castle at the top of the hill (and the rain stopped) things started to look up. Yes there were way too many people but it was a pretty spot and the view was lovely. We wandered through St. Vitus ...