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... castle and its church and workers cottages before leaving by the same means as we got there - on foot. Well, going down three hundred steps is a doosey by comparison. Once down to street level we found a hostelry and treated ourselves to a beer and an apple strudel and ice cream - a fitting reward I think!
By the time we got back to the hotel we were ready to put our feet up and relax awhile before setting out to find our evening meal.
... to determine your place in the world! We had determined NOT to do an array of gifts for each other given we were spending our Christmas in Prague and our New Year in Budapest, but somehow our gift giving got all out of hand and we went from silly hats to diamond earrings. (Steve's, not mine!) As usual, for us, most laughs were gotten from the crazy hats which Montana and Steve had spent sometime together collecting. No doubt with much ...
... whatsoever and it would be very cold in winter. Long trip back into town, got caught in the Sunday evening traffic heading back to Prague, but only for a short time. A long day, but most enjoyable and worthwhile. Had a snack at the fancy cafe/restaurant/club across the street from the hotel and managed to use all our Czech crowns up. Back to euros tomorrow. Monday 6th September A short walk to the station and no problems finding the train, Prague is a ...
... leads to the Smetana Concert Hall, which is an architectural masterpiece, a mix of carved white stone and gold illuminated by hundreds of lights, and with frescos by Karel Spillar adorning the walls.
Classical concerts in the Smetana Concert Hall boast some of the largest orchestras to play in the city and is home to the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.
After dinner we went ...
... br> I have no idea what that is like!
Rachel then had to do some study, and as it was raining quite heavily we headed back to the hotel by tram. Everyone has said the weather now is colder and more miserable than in winter.
As we were going to the Ballet we had an early tea of pasta at the same place where we had had lunch earlier in the week. Again very nice, cheap and quick. ($20 for 2 pastas & drinks),
Rachel had not been able to print the tickets, as the printer ...