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... streets of Prague in search of some of the main tourist attractions: Charles Bridge, Franz Kafka museum, the Astronomical Clock, and some Trdelnik (a traditional Czech pastry that I ate for breakfast, lunch, and dinner throughout the trip - I’m actually pretty sure that none of the locals eat it and it is now strictly sold to tourists) - moving on. As we made our way to Charles Bridge we saw a few tourists, and then a few more, and then ...
After a 3 hour wait at Frankfurt in the great Lufthansa lounge facilities I boarded LH1392 at 0830 for the 0900 departure to Prague. the aircraft, an A320 was parked on a remote stand so we were bussed to it. I took my seat 2A and we departed on time for this short 40 minute hop over to the Czech capital. A light breakfast was served which was superb, a selection of cheeses with prosciutto and a hot bread ...
... and artifacts that date back hundreds of years here is quite interesting. Rather than destroying these things, the Nazis preserved them during the war. One widely believed theory is that Hitler wanted to open up a museum in Prague showcasing an extinct race once the war was won by Germany. We thought it was really cool that the Jewish Museum was as busy as it was since we're pretty sure the majority of visitors to the sites are not Jewish, yet still took the time to ...
... so we could enjoy our vacation without having to worry :) The evening consisted of dinner with some Czech food (of course more pork and homemade beer) and a tour of some of the best bars of Prague. A highlight was the Prague Beer Museum, not a museum but actually a bar. Great beer but the smoke chased us out fairly quickly as we made our was back toward the hotel in preparation for our 16 hr door-to-door journey home ...
... and that the ironing board was in fact a table. John then had to assist our neighbours, on either side. We had a picnic tea, (bread roils meat cheese and salad again just for variety.) washed down with slightly warm wine. John also sampled the railway goulash. (Reheated and reconstituted in the microwave by the agitated Buffet staffer. (As the train lurched goulash spilled all over the microwave). We slept. Sort of. More comfy than a plane anyway. ...