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... him the place was almost empty. No reflection on the food though which wasn't bad.
I never realised how big pigs' knees are. Really, really big actually. The meat was a little dry and bland, which I suppose is why they serve it with two generous heaps of mustard and horseradish and a side of gherkins. They also threw in a whole red pepper to up the ante on the heat factor. The skin, conversely was the opposite; rich and tasty. So, at least now I can say I've tried ...
... a street market which had all sorts of things from fruit and souvenirs to arts/crafts and fresh baked goods. Beautiful weather and lots of patios in this city. Cool.
The afternoon trek up the funicular to Petrin Hill was fun too. Too many other tourists around for my liking, but definitely looking forward to seeing more of the lesser-known side of the city tomorrow on our 'Prague Alternative Tour'.
We went on a tour that took us all ...
They say challenges make for interesting times and great stories, or is it memories? Our night train to Prague was not without it's own hitches. Leaving Amsterdam Centraal at 6.30pm we were sad to leave this gorgeous city, but ready for our adventures in Prague. Our night train journey included a connection at Ouberhausen where we were to check into our wee triple birth and chill out to the clickety clack of wheels all the way to Prague. This didn't ...
... in one day but apparently he found it challenging when writing in Prague as he was distracted by all the women outside his window. Finally, his colleagues locked him in his room and "ta da" he completed the symphony in one night. Next we walked to new town for a view of the National Museum which was used in the movie Eurotrip as "the Vatican". Unfortunately the museum is closed as it needs structural repairs due to the subways built beneath it during the communist era. ...
... then went back and picked up the pashmina for Lin, then back to the station for our luggage and off to Berlin.
Our booked seats were in a cabin with 3 other people, so we just went and found other seats as it was impossible to fit our luggage in! There are usually spare seats when you go first class, which is what you get when you have Eurail. The train was late, but we still managed to make it in time for the overnight ...