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This was by far the best night of drinking we had in Prague. First off
had a couple of beers over dinner, and slowly people starting joining in. I
ordered a long island from the bartender, and as he was making it, he looked at
me and waved, 'Bye-bye!' Cheapest long island I ever bought, 150cz, so about
€6. Finished that, and went up for another one
This is what I loved this
Me: ‘Another long island please!’
... the Prague Castle... referred to here as Hrad. The gardens surrounding the castle are beautiful and date back a millennium. We decided not to pay for a guided tour and ended up walking around at our on pace taking pictures and enjoying the occasional seat. We found a tiny little cafe with a picture perfect view of the city up on the hill. Coffee for me and hot chocolate for Jenna.
On our way down from the castle we stopped at a cafe ...
... He was burned at the stake for his anti-Rome views.
We strolled down an alley in search of a recommended restaurant, but after staring at the street signs on several buildings we finally realized it wasn't there. Rick - you really need an update.
Back to the square where we gobbled some fresh potato chips. The vender had a hand drill hooked up to a potato slicer. It worked well. I won't be surprised to see Kip setting one up ...
... things so we walked in and out a few shops until I got everything I had planned on buying. As we were walking past the Astronomical Tower (a pretty tourist-y place) JP stopped in his tracks and said, "Oh! I've always wanted to try one of those!" I followed his stare until I saw two guys riding around on Segways trying to get people to join a Segway tour. I had no real desire to ride a Segway, but he was very adamant in attempting to convince one of ...
... not as nice as the one we had before. However, it is very convenient. We had an included buffet dinner which was not that good... Or maybe I'm just sick of tour-style food, aha. There's only so much bread and cheese and sausages I can take! I would kill for some instant noodles right now I think. Here we sat with another Chinese family (the only other one on this trip) who spoke mandarin. They are a couple with a young daughter. There was also a med student at ...