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... all ordered a cocktail (or two!) and the next couple of hours flew by! After a walk along the Charles bridge and mingling with a wedding party it was time I say goodbye!
The next day we had all morning and most of the afternoon to explore before we needed to make our way to the bus station for our journey onto Poland. After breakfast we headed out in search of the lopsided building. Our friends from last night had mentioned this but we'd never seen or heard of it! Apparently ...
... this beautiful city. We joined a free walking tour to see the sights and get some direction...the guide proved to be overly sarcastic, to the point where we didn't know if he was joking about a 'historical fact' or just having a laugh so we left mid way to suss it ourselves. On the tour we saw Dan the pom staying in our bunk on the overnight train, we left the tour and asked if he wanted to go exploring with us. Dan, Al and I walked up to Prague Castle and wandered- 150kc and ...
... triangle of interchanges). Naturally the war intruded, and in the post-war years with the dramas of the Soviet occupation/invasion/liberation (depending upon your political standpoint) and subsequent 'conversion of the proletariat to the Communist way of life" the entire project was put off until the 1960's when once again the project was revisited.
I read on an official Czech site that the Czech Government decided in 1971 to purchase Russian made ...
... and a caption with the best guess on how they had been killed. Mostly axes to the head etc... so worth a look.
After that we caught the local train (a tiny little bus sized train on a different set of tracks) that took us into the centre. It's a really pretty old town so we strolled around the lanes and found a little cafe for some soup and bread for lunch. Seemed pretty touristy and the prices reflected that compared to the places we had been eating.
The other ...
... 1990s during what they call the 'velvet divorce'. They're very proud about how peaceful the county has been as on both occasions no one lost their lives. The tour guide say that we're now 'Czech-perts'. The tour guide is paid entirely through tips which means they have to work to earn their money! The Czech's also won in the Davis cup so a good day for ...