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... dinner at a restaurant outside of town. This place is quite old, and was used as a secret meeting place for the anti-communist movement in Prague. Our entertainment tonight was Mr Minnoche who played the keyboard, violin and trumpet, with a mixture of old american standards sung in Czech, Polkas and even the Maccarana.
Tomorrow we are off to Budapest, with a stop in Slovakia (Bratslava) for lunch!
... made our way to Charles Bridge, a pedestrian bridge steeped in history, and across to Lesser Town. The 3 hour Segway Tour was fantastic, especially the Viewpoints Tour which we did, as the area of Prague that we were in is very hilly, and we wouldn't have been able to walk around it all. We got to see Prague Castle, The John Lennon Wall, a couple of beautiful parks, and all the while ...
... a summer storm came over us and rain fell, we floated along the Vitava River in a boat named Slapy. From every vantage point, we saw wonderful views of the castle, the city of Prague, the bridges and the people out enjoying the evening. As dusk fell, lights came on in the city, illuminating the wonderful architecture and reflecting in the waters of the Vitava. A beautiful way to say goodbye.