Green Yacht Hotel
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... this city very beautiful. Lunched on local fare of goulash and beer and dinner was street fare of sausage, potatoe dumplings with sauerkraut and bacon. Yummy.
Today we had a full day. Hop on Hop off took us all around with added extras of a guided tour of Praha (Prague) Castle which was well worth the extra time. Our guide was so knowledgeable, we ended up staying longer and caught the next ...
We began our day walking to the Smetana Museum, next to Charles Bridge. The museum staff was wonderful, and like the docents at the Dvorak Museum, they were happy to talk with us about Smetana. The display is more modern than the Dvorak Museum with a lot of interesting information about the composer's life and works. One of the favorite areas was the listening area in "hall" 3 - 12 unique music stands held information and facsimiles ...
... similar to the Okanagan apple cider at home. We headed home after our drink. I was chilled to the bone. I laid on the couch with two sweaters, pants and socks and two blankets to warm up while Cory walked around in underwear. He made supper tonight, chicken and rice. He even did the dishes. I got me a keeper. After supper and two glasses of hot cappachino I finally warmed up. Were limited in our English movies so we watched Sister Act and had ...
... wet and miserable for most of it. We had a bit of sunshine around 4pm and then it dropped back to drizzle in the evening. The cold wet environment dictated the day's activities so the ladies decided on retail therapy in a dry and warm place. The guys got to ride shotgun to make sure they did not get lost or do too much damage to the credit cards. Both objectives achieved !! I think it was just window shopping anyway.
We had a lovely lunch ...
... and bridges of Prague all lit up at night. And they didn't disappoint! A very special and memorable evening, topped off with fireworks over the castle just before we arrived back at the dock.
True to their form in France (the trains) and the UK (the rock music festival), the Wilsons carried on their tradition of finding us accommodation in somewhat less than peaceful surroundings: being in the central city ...