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We started our tour with breakfast at Cafe Louvre (the Czechs pronounce it LOO-VER, not like the French museum that we visited in blog post #3). Cafe Louvre is a very historic cafe which has hosted many famous people including Albert Einstein and Franz Kafka. Jarred and I both ordered a typical "light" ...
We then headed back to the hostel, for a 2 hour nap before heading out for dinner. Dina had heard from her Dad that there was a really cool traditional food restaurant about a 15 minute walk from the Hostel. It was named U Fleko, we found it rather effortlessly as Dina had reverted to Google Maps at this point. It was a really cool place, an great vibe that exuded bohemian culture to it. We didn't get a chance to read a drinks menu before we had ...
... to us that it was platform 4 and attempted to tell us something about the bikes. We couldn't understand, so just nodded. The railway is very busy. Goods trains consistently up and down. Two went past - one with 34 carriages and the other with 31. Two car trains also scouted past. The trains carry over 200 cars on two levels, 10-12 cars per carriage, one had 21 carriages and the other 24. Big fast trains traveling through ...
... for a "Munji" and vegetables and another bottle of Baileys. Another great evening even though we remained in our own apartments - did not want to catch Hammy's bug.
Monday morning we set off to see the Dancing House(or the Fred and Ginger House) a very unusual building and then continued sightseeing around that area and ending up crossing the Charles Bridge again from the opposite side. Then it was back home for lunch around 2 pm. We set ...
... no time had passed at all….it was a strange feeling. All feeling hungry we went to a close by restaurant where I ordered a capresse salad and one of Prague's speciality desserts…hot raspberries and ice cream yum!!
After dinner we made our weary way back to the Old Square before I decided to head back to the hostel after such a big day. The others came back not that much later.
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