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We had an early start (nothing new) and headed up the hill on the No 17 tram. Thankfully it was a much milder day in the mid twenties compared to yesterday's mid thirties. The castle is a massive complex dominated by St Vitus Cathedral which is an amazing building dating from the 9th century but with ...
... I sat out the last our of the tour.
I found a little restaurant at the base of the castle wall. I am seated there sipping latte, listening to live violin music and writing this blog.
While sitting here enjoying the sun a tour group on Segways went by. Now in hind sight that would have been the way to see the city.
It was so pleasant sitting at this cafe that I stayed for lunch and two beers before walking my way back to ...
... turned out fine, met his representative who showed us around and into our palatial apartment right in the centre of everything. It was so big and spacious and clean and free apples and juice and beer - the guy had thought of everything. We had tickets for the Opera to see Hansel and Gretl that night so got into our best clothes..... And headed out. To the wrong opera house! So ended up running through the streets of Prague and ...
... this week. So it was wonderful to see this production and to see Havel's vision come alive on stage. Though none of us could understand much of the Czech language, we enjoyed it just the same, and agreed that Havel would be happy with the production. A perfect ending to a perfect trip.
Tomorrow, we have a VERY early wake up call. Some of us are staying in Europe, and we wish them all safe and wonderful travels. The rest of us will ...
... different (and far apart from each other). And finally, there is a certain super-cute Bernese Mountain Dog living in New York named Obie whose feelings were apparently hurt because he didn't feature in the latest blog (although he was definitely an important part of the trip). Thus, his photograph is published here, with his dad Bill.
Speaking of dogs, I was sitting next to a dog named Jack on my flight from JFK (New York) to Zürich, ...