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... before she died. It’s an incredibly moving museum, but it was so incredibly busy that we could only tolerate about ten minutes inside before leaving.
Later we walked across the Charles Bridge for a meander. We took a long walk in a park to see the changing leaves, and although it was a lovely, crisp fall day worth savouring, the detour got us really lost. Finally back on track, we stopped at a restaurant Dom had picked for me, saying I would enjoy ...
... the window seats and stashed our packs up in the racks. We were soon joined by a Czech couple, and then an older pair of Czech ladies who chatted non-stop for the entire 4 plus hour journey to Prague. They appeared to be having a great time! We spent the time reading, writing, daydreaming and eating our pre-purchased 2 Euro salads rather than shelling out for the restaurant car. Arrival in Prague was uncomplicated - once we found the metro it was dead easy to find the B&B ...
... stop for a drink at a restaurant with the perfect view. On through little quarter and back to the new town for some street food for lunch. Prague ham is served with bread, spicy sausage in a roll and a mix of potato, ham and finely shredded cabbage which is actually delicious!! Back to our hotel for a rest & to collect laundry; we cant afford to miss it as we leave in the morning. We head out in search of the coffee shop with ...
... walked with her over the bridge to take the tram back to her hotel. Charles bridge is gorgeous, both sides lined with nice statues overlooking the river. Prague is indeed one of the most beautiful city in Europe that we had visited. Colette took our email address, thanked us profusely and left for her tram. She called us her angels. That was all we could do for her at that point. I received an email from her later that her husband is safe and ...
... who have been will back me up with the amazing buzz that is alive in the Old City ...