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Travel Blogs from Prague
... out to the castle and river Vltava. The astronomical clock is meant to be the third most disappointing tourist attraction in Europe after the Mona Lisa in Paris and the Glockenspiel in Munich. First impression probably go along those lines for me although I had never heard of it before. Once our guide Filip fully explained all the different things that it could tell you and represented you appreciated the clock a lot more. I suppose that’s like most things, once ...
... of a train (go Blue Highway!). I've seen a mix of older ways of life....eastern european/old communist.....mixed with satellite dishes, German cars, and billboards for stuff we all want and/or need. Some of the towns have Soviet style apartment block housing interspersed with old and new houses. There are a lot of old abandoned buildings and then are new factories. It's a lot like everyplace else.....then again....it's not. We pass older ...
... lots of toast. We’ve learned that they are all about the toast. So the cocktail was unusual. For the Entrée, we ordered Devil’s Toast; Svickova Roast beef with whip sauce, cranberries and dumplings for Ramsey. Venison Goulash Zlata Kovadlina with Horseradish and bacon dumplings for Jenna. Ramsey’s pick was for sure the winner, but I loved the Devils toast. Toast covered in mincemeat. When my selection was served, it was strange looking at ...
... and drier overnight is wearing thin - as are the jeans themselves. Have a huge tear in the knee and he is complaining to Zed that his knee is getting cold. No luck on the jeans but we scooted back to the apartment, dropped off all the food and went out exploring. We are so close to the old town - alleys, dark little corridors that open onto blazingly lit squares, little shops everywhere, cafes, restaurants and pubs all selling dishes like goulash, roast duck, roast ...
... no idea how to work them off the "Auto" setting - "What's this "F" number I heard one guy say to his mate lol).
Anyway, I took some shots and proceed to walk further out to take some more photos, again, still of the castle and the Charles Bridge itself. Some turned out okay but I had to balance the camera on various railings with the timer set and hope for the best.
I then made a detour via Tesco where I picked up a selection of four ...
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