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... s, just having dinner I guess’. Then it dawned on me ..... ‘Happy Fathers Day Dad!!! Sorry!!!!’ World’s best daughter at it again.
Not having money for tram tickets either we hiked into town. Sunday mid-morning is usually pretty quiet so we had a really nice walk as we didn’t have to fight for footpath space or watch the kids too closely. It was taking quite a while to find an ATM and I was ...
... and really liked the black light dancing. It was cheap and a different thing to see. And I am so so glad that Quinn enjoyed it so much.
At the end of the week we took the kids to the symphony. We are not some classical music aficionados or anything, far from it. But it was spectacular. It was Vivaldi, Four Seasons and the acoustics were incredible. We all agreed that the violin was our favorite. Just a great and interesting (and very cultural thing) for us to do. ...
... the rest of the tourist at an outdoor cafe, watching the passing parade and street performers. An ice cream then a wander around a bit crossing the Charles bridge and then the bridge that straddles shooters island. This gave us the best views, Of the castle at night, as we waited the wind became rather chilly. We watch twilight come but darkness did not fall until 9:30. So we walked home, Geoff was feeling very chilled as he only had a light shirt on as the day had been so ...
... a free welcome beer and that I could help myself to tea, coffee, milk, cereal, pasta and rice when ever I want. This was so good. No hostel has ever provided so much food for free before. Unfortunately I couldn't get an early check in, but she said I could go into the tv room to chill out until the room is ready. I just started to drift off to sleep when everybody's started to come downstairs and have breakfasts when I say breakfast they just carried on drinking. Half an hour later ...
Getting to Prague from Vienna was supposed to be easy. All we had to do was jump on the U-Bahn (metro), change lines once and it took us to the Central Train station. Easy, and as we had done the same in reverse to get to our hostel we accomplished it with ease, arriving with 30 minutes to spare before our train was due to leave. It was only when we arrived at the station that I realised our train wasn’t on the board, and a closer inspection of our tickets revealed that we ...