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... idea, the tour we went on was 350k each, which was only 26 Euro together, which we thought was cheap, one Euro is divided into 100 cents ( so the good book says)
And now the next part of our journey is about to begin.
We had a meeting and met other Scenic Tour travellers last night, and Monday we leave for Budapest.
It gets dark here at around 9pm and light at 5am, Sunday at 7am I'm going for an early morning walk with the group to ...
Later in the day we visited the Spanish Synagogue which was better appointed than the older ones. It had a very Moorish / Middle Eastern feel to it that we have seen previously in the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi and mosques in Turkey.
Evening and the rain continues to tumble. Decided to stay in the hotel and have dinner in the dining room. Good decision !!
All packed and ready to depart for the airport by 11:30am tomorrow morning.
... grand - Roman Catholic and founded in 1344 in the gothic style. Unbelievable history compared to Australia. We then took off for the Old Quarter - went to The Old Town Square to see the Prague Astronomical clock, first installed in 1410 and the oldest astronomical clock still working. Every hour the clock springs into life with "the Walk of the Apostles" when figures of the apostles and other moving sculptures ...
... is basically battered brie/camembert type cheese that is fried, with some roasted potatoes and a beer to go with it. This was super tasty but about 3/4 of the way through my cheese I just couldn't fathom eating anymore cheese, im sorry Allyson I tried ! The cheese also came with homemade tartar sauce which eas delish! The table across from me a girl had also ordered cheese and if I hadn't heard her speaking czech to the waiters and her friends I would have guessed that she is ...
... line-height: normal;">and I listened to her goodbye.
Her name was Margó,
she wore a blue beret
and a cross hanging on her chest.