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The food here has been all very good. They do love their pork here. You walk down the street and their are several places BBQing a pig on a spit. An all day process. We did have some when we were in Beroun and it was moist and skin was nice and crispy.
In Prague we went to a nice restaurant called Nuance it was trip advisor recommended and it was very good. Both Brent and i had the Rabbit which was ...
... Lennon wall. True to Lennon's motifs, the theme was all about love and we even saw a bride and groom getting a few wedding photos taken there. We ate lunch at a nearby cafe before stumbling upon an Italian Festival where Maggie and I shared a cold beer and some gelato. We enjoyed these as we walked across Charles bridge which was absolutely packed with tourists and souvenir vendors. I forgot to mention in yesterday's post that we finally made it to some warm weather, and by warm I mean ...
... where Carlos was able to look up his great-grandfather and grandfather in the Emigration Museum archives. For New Years, back in Valencia, we ate the traditional “12 grapes” for good luck, at each of the 12 seconds leading up to midnight. (Actually only Che and Carlos managed to eat all 12 in 12 seconds. It was surprisingly harder than it sounds.) We spent a few more days in Valencia, appreciating the mild winter weather, before Carol and ...
I know, I didn't finished the blog from Vietnam and I’m starting new one… :D Don’t worry. The Vietnam blog is almost finished, I just need to do some grammar checks because of my no so good written English.
This first entry is written from the bus on Saturday morning (2 AM) when we were stopped on Czech-German borders for passport check. But first things first, I’m going to Paris for this weekend, actually I ...
... While we could visit inside the cathedral, most of the buildings were being used as government offices or meeting spaces. About halfway through our tour we stopped on a balcony overlooking the city and enjoyed the view and apple strudel and coffee. We continued through the complex, eventually walking down the hill past palaces and courtyards and vineyards. Once down we explored New ...