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... Most people, especially those who didn't make it home until 7am decided to have water and soft drinks. It was a very lovely cruise and we saw Prague from a different perspective. From here we had free time again so we just wondered the streets and did some shopping. At 5, it was below 0 with a big wind so we decided to grab some warm market food for a pre-dinner snackdinner, I had a sausage on bread while Rachel had a shishkabab. ...
... that sells among other things cheap Czech beer that we don't have to pay for until we check out. "Just put it in the Canadians tab!" And by cheap, we mean 30 crowns ($1.50)! Met the neighbours, a nice Polish guy and his kids. Clay spent an hour or so chatting and drinking beers with him. Then we called it a night.
After waking up this morning and eating freshly baked treats from an old man that walked around the park selling his pastries we left for Praha. ...
... the trip.
André was swift on the reply, I think it didn't take him more than half an hour to confirm Jaroslav had booked me a bed on their Prague hostel. They work for the St. Christopher’s Inn chain of hostels, which I had already used in Edinburgh and was more than happy to repeat the experience, as I know they have an above than average service and there wouldn't be crazy hippies partying inside the room till late hours in the night.
My ride dropped ...
... night what James stayed up until 6am playing what sounds like a crazy game of Risk.
The next day we got up fairly late as we were both catching up on sleep. We took a walk to Wenceslas square and to the dancing house. The house has apparently won a whole lot of architecture awards. It is two tower like buildings in a kind of 'K' shape that is meant to look like two dancers. Then we walked to a nearby church and onto an island in the middle of a river. They rented out paddle ...
... all 12 of the apostles come out and wave at you as you watch the clock strike the hour. Pretty underwhelming.
After that we started our tour and followed our guide around the Old Town Square out to a world renown concert house then through the old Jewish quarter. The Jewish Quarter was once a ghetto and the least desirable place in Prague to live. After a great flood much of the architecture was rebuilt ...
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