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We caught an early morning flight from Stuttgart to Hamburg, Germany, with a two hour layover, then another flight to Prague. We arrived there by noon. We boarded a train and then a bus to the city center where we had rented an apartment with friends, Gary and Sally. Luckily we ran into them coming out of the apartment since we knew the address but not the apartment number. After settling in we ventured into the city center to see the sights. Everything ...
... Leicester learned the hard way not to drop off for a Grandad nap while we were around: Charlie painted his toenails bright pink while he was asleep! We managed to watch the highlights of the game on YouTube, and learned the AB's had thrashed the Wallabies. Good stuff.
Happy hour became a 'true confessions' session about things that had happened on the holiday. We had SUCH a laugh remembering lots of silly things that ...
... Town Hall spire, astronomical clock, church of St Nicholas and Hus statue. Karlova street winds through the town and we reach Charles Bridge, a famous attraction which is lined with religious statues, street artists, stalls selling jewellery and joins the 2 parts of Prague. It is really impressive and there are thousands of tourists!! We enjoy a coffee on the square and find somewhere for lunch. I enjoy local potato and mushroom ...
... same restaurant for dinner, and then to the pub in the basement of our hostel for a few beers and a game of cards.
The next morning, we had another leisurely morning munching the breakfast at the hostel, before checking out and heading to the train station, for an overnight stop in Dresden.
I will leave it to Mr H to tell you about our time there.
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Lyndsey & Martin
... around reading Facebook etc. Then off to the "Spirit Bar" for a few drinks and dinner. I wanted to try "cmunda" but they didn't have it. The waitress said the closest was the honey pork ribs and potato pancakes. Both together cost less than $10. The ribs were delicious, but I wasn't that fussed on the potato (& cabbage) pancakes - which were the size of rissoles, not flat like a pancake (for the Aussies). Great night and the storm fizzled out.