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This morning we jumped on the city tram for a ride up through the Lesser Town to the plateau above the city. We stop at the Strahov Monastery with its view of the city. The monastery was closed during the communist years, but has recently been returned to the same monastic order that originally occupied the area. There are several great brew pubs on the site, we fortify ourselves at one of them!
... found a great bar, Korbel, which we ate at for lunch nearly everyday. It was small and cozy and we were able to watch the Olympics, unfortunately none of the important sports were on but it was still fun! We ate goulash which is basically cubes of roast in a beef gravy/soup with bread dumplings (like a dense bread) and potatoes with fried onions. The food there was always hearty whether we got potato soup or a chicken salad. The kolachy is better than the ones ...
... make a pilgrimage to my castle. My family doesnt know of any connections with this castle, but this is the area where my name comes from and it is the land of the Zips. The train arrived in Kosice, which is the second largest city in Slovakia and we went in search of a bus to the city where the castle was located called Spissky Pohdradie, Spissky also means Zipser. Courtney bought some groceries for us at the market near the train station, and we boarded a bus only minutes later ...
... in 1256. Very gothic and awesome. Then we stopped in a pub for some beers, sausage, and Goulash...delicious! Plus, Prague is so much cheaper than any other city we've been so far. We could get a huge beer for only 30 crones,( or $1.40). After dinner we walked the Charles Bridge at night, which was great. Statues of Christian Saints lined the bridge, along with locals and tourists alike.The people in Prague are so happy and there to have a good time. The next morning ...
Lots of walking today. Peter and I went to Petrin which is a group of gardens atop a hill on the left bank. Great views over Old Prague and the Castle. We were a little slack and took the funicular tram up. After a spot of lunch we went off exploring independently. I headed South to the New Town and checked out the Dancing House. It is a modern building also known as Fred and Ginger, designed by a local architect and Frank Gehry. Cool. I ...