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... on the couch we walked literally across the road to a local bar/restaurant that served home made pasta and tap beer. Dad and I had a couple of beers and Mum had 2 wines and we enjoyed a pasta dish each which was great. The total bill came to around $35 AUD so pretty good value ! Trying to to get my body clock to adjust back so off to bed at a reasonable hour tonight and hopefully will get a good ...
... the Old Royal Palace. The views from the upper floor were amazing, you could see all of Prague.
From here we decided to have lunch at a small cafe just next to the Cathedral. The view of the Flying Buttress' was an absolute wonder. I love baroque architecture. We split a small baguette with tomato and cheese, and a potato dish that was a lot like my dads ham and cheese casserole.
From lunch we went to St. Georges Basilica. This is part of the St. George ...
... tempers when you are hungry and wander for too long. I selected a restaurant that brought us into a stone basement with no other customers...Oh oh! Fortunately, it was actually one of our favourite restaurants so far on this trip. The most notable items were Ryan's beef cheeks on a potato and celery puree (something we will attempt to make at home), my fresh ginger tea (literally chopped fresh ginger in boiling water), and homemade bread from the restaurants upstairs ...
... second mandatory excursion through ECES. We went to Lidice and I cannot even express how powerful that whole experience was. Lidice was a town North East of Prague. The main word in that sentence was, was because it was completely destroyed by Nazis. They chose Lidice to scare Czech people into sub-ordinance and because the Nazis wanted revenge for Reinhard Heydrich assassination. The Nazis came quickly without much notice and surrounded ...
... across Charles Bridge, which is 600 years old and has statues all along the sides, very nice. We also took in the old town square, which is quaint, although full of tourist restaurants.
We then went to the Jewish quarter and saw the various memorials to the people killed during the Nazi occupation, the names of the 80,000 people killed are inscribed on a series of walls, which is very hard to take in. There is also a Jewish cemetery, where the gravestones ...