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Travel Blogs from Tuchlovice
Today we agreed we had both had enough of just wondering around and wanted to do something. We settled on visiting the Karla Zemana Film Special Effects museum. We had picked up a flyer a few days ago and it looked good. It's located across the Charles bridge so is a bit of a walk away, we paid our entrance fee and expected to be amazed! We were but not at the exhibits more at the gall they have charging so much. Nearly £7 and ...
... it contains some of the horrendous instruments of torture used on the poor prisoners unlucky enough to be in the dungeon. One of the hanging racks has a skull inside, just to give a taste of what it might have been like! Later in the afternoon, in the absolute vain hope that it would have cooled down, we walked across Charles Bridge and had drinks in a very shady spot on the side of the river, enjoying the breeze coming off the water. The Bridge was built in 1357, and ...
Woke early. We were a little tired so did not leave the apartment until about 10.30 after having skyped Adsie and Chrisso, Kaz and Grumsie (and Huss Huss). We walked to the Cafe Imperial which is a very old famous cafe in Prague. Mum had an omelette and I had scrambled eggs and it was very yummy. We had some chores to do such as buying soap, shopping and posting things back home (all the stuff we didn't need to bring). We went ...
... the end of Lent and the beginning of Easter with two half liters of THE REAL Budweiser. Both are named after the Czech town of Ceske Budejovice but one is older and actually has something to do with the town, the other tastes like horse urine. This was my first taste of the Czech Bud and if I were comparing the two I'd say the Czech Beer is similar to cherubs lying on puffy clouds while playing harps. Whereas the American stuff ...
... really sure why, but it was good enough of an effort to name a square after him.
The Czech police are pretty loose units. They seem kitted up for an invasion at any given moment. They have more pockets with things that can kill you than I have ever seen in the one place at the one time.
The food though, wow. Pretty amazing and costs next to nothing if you can find the local shops. Went to a local pub with Jesse and got these Pork Schnitzels with ...
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