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... place on the itinerary, the Gingerbread Shop, run by a family and specialising in all things ginger, for us today 2 different biscuits and a ginger and poppyseed cake. A butcher shop with a difference followed. It not only sells fresh meat but also owned-cured smallgoods. At this shop you could buy hamburgers, hotdogs, bread and beer. Jan talked about the glint in the butchers' eyes as they discussed their products with their customers. You ...
... also being were it has no business being. He did really well and we made it to the Meininger Hostel.. (We only nearly died a few times). It was about 8.30 pm now so while Dan, crashed (He also on the back end of the manful) Matt and I headed across to the Augustiner brausteben, a local bier hall. We met a lovely Aussie couple from Sydney, who were in their 70's and finishing up an Italy, Paris trip. We shared a table with them over large litre beers and even ...
Lidice was a small town 12 miles west of Prague that has some nasty history with Nazis. "Lidice is a village that was destroyed during WWII as retaliation for the assassination of Nazi Officer, Reinhard Heydrich" (from our itinerary and guide). We were led by an excellent tour guide (one of Charles University's professors, unfortunately he won't be my history prof this semester, I liked him) and he gave us the run down of what happened here, and why. Considering I am unable to ...
... at the cemetery too which was all very hickeldy pickeldy. Apparently the graves are just stacked on top of each other. We have walked over the famous Charles bridge . It's really beautiful there, you get a good view of the town and we stroked some persons breast which supposedly guarantees you will come back. The castle was really pretty too. It's not so much a castle actually, more like a palace. That's where the big stone statue is that I told you about. There ...
... clean toilets which is a real positive in other countries, although they do charge a nominal fee (70 cents NZ) which is very reasonable and keeps out the drunks and addicts.
Although Czech is the predominant language you hear, most Czechs we encountered in the shops or restaurants speak English or at least understand it, with many being very fluent. All of the streets are cobble stones. If a car ...