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... so, that our brains have over-flowed.
We finished off our day with a late lunch cruise on the Vitava River and then we walked back to the hotel.
In short, we saw everything and we loved it. It rained, we got soaked. Sue hated that because she is made of sugar and melts.
Well time to pack for our return drive to Vienna tomorrow, and then it is back home on Sunday.
... at university. Our irresistible charm (read as: drastic need for a seat) started a conversation with the ladies that proved to be very educational. We learned all kinds of things about being english and the subtle differences in the way we talk and live. We also learned that my english accent is, in fact, terrible. I digress.
After arriving in Prague, we decided to head to a local pub to watch the Spain vs. Netherlands match. The pub has pour ...
... Brian and June before their departure back to London, then we left the hotel in search of a place to eat across the St. Charles Bridge. With about four recommendations from Edi, we decided on a nice quiet place called The School. The meal was nice, heavy on meat and lots of dumplings, and we enjoyed a few drinks while listening to fireworks set off outside in honor of the Carnival celebration. We made it back to our hotel around 9, both very tired, and ...
... Guess what? Didn't even go in to either of them, never mind buy anything. I figured that judging by the shops closely around them (YSL, Cartier and the likes) plus already having been told that the street was the most expensive row of shops in the country! So as I'm now peering through almost closed eyes to type this, I think I need to go. Probably wont be much to tell for tomorrow, apart from sitting in a coach watching the world whizz by. Me ...
... anybody to hang around with and used to sit in the local Wetherspoons with a pint, reading.
My last day in Prague was used up on menial stuff like laundry and sending a parcel off to the UK with a load of **** that I've built up since Hong Kong. I say Hong Kong, because that was the last time I purged everything I'd picked up on my travels. When I get back to the UK I have no less than seven loads of stuff to go through. There's so many I've almost forgotten where I sent them ...