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... Crown for lunch. Which sounds like a hell of a lot when you’re handing the money over? It almost feels like your playing monopoly with your fake $500 and $1000 bills. But it was only 20 Euro for lunch, which was extremely economical.
After we ate ourselves into oblivion again we head back to see Polly and Phil and explore the amazing town of Prague ( which is pronounced Pragoo for your information). We spent our time wandering around and seeing some strange street art ...
... t even have to insert it to get into the subway system, just carry it along with you. So no punching in and then out, just go ----
Now I know we saved the best city for the last, just beautiful, Prague is described as the city skyline with red rooftops and spires, over 100 church spires !!!!First stop is the astronomical clock, every hour the clock chime has the apostles passing through the opening, hundreds of people line up for this---- this is the area you ...
... just layers of old architecture from way back, and way way back.
... of one moving identity. There were a few times when we were separated and sherree would raise her hand so I could find her. But the scenery was spectacular and Prague is everything that people say it is. Apparently it wasn't bombed during the Second World War and shows the benefit. The skyline is dotted with church spires and castles as well as some modern towers. Prague centre seems to be reasonably compact and it is possible ...
... Walked over the spectacular Charles Bridge,
saw some more of the old town. Got rained on a bit. Spectacular
gardens and amazing baroque wall with cave-like facade and hidden
animal faces, as well as false staircases. Hard to explain! Had a
massive plate for two for dinner, including pork knuckle, chicken
wings, skewers and salad. Delicious but very rich! Prague was
definitely one of the prettiest cities we've been to, and worth
staying the two nights. ...