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... a beer drinker but this was not too bad...actually quite nice. A few of us from the tour stayed on to enjoy the beer, the monastry and the traditional Czech setting. The journey back into town was a slow and esuirly walk down the hill talking in the beautiful city bathed in light...MAGIC!! Stephanie, Travis and I were the last survivors from the tour and decided that traditional Chez food was in order - roast pork, goulash, bread dumplings ...
En route to Budapest, though I was sure I wouldn't make it. I’m becoming notorious for cutting it way too close with international travel, but I (almost) always make it (a flight home from Paris being the exception).
I arrived in Prague last Sunday and stayed five nights in a hostel right near the Old Town Square. So much fun. Matt—my roommate this last year—met me at the hostel and we had no trouble making friends ...
... Choo, Tag Huer and Omega to name a few. We then walked along the river towards Charles Bridge. The oldest prague bridge built in 1357 yafter the original bridge had been damaged in a flood in 1342. The bridge is busy with tourist but it is quite fun walking along as there are numerous buskers from violins to water glass players. There are also an abundance of artists trying to sell their wares. We meandered back towards the old square ...
... at some point. I didn't really learn a whole lot about Prague and didn't see a whole lot of new things since the water is pretty accessible by tram and bridge and I had already walked the area a lot. The one thing that did excite me is that they had "egg alcohol" on the menu. Other than eggnog, I had never really heard of egg alcohol. So, I of course had to try it. It wasn't particularly great, but also wasn't bad. Drinkers would probably enjoy it a lot more than I did.
... day with the Queens Mother so am now technically celebrating for both of us. Chin chin, your Highness! So the birthday plans are as follows... First of all, waking up somewhere fabulous was essential. Obviously we first chose Prague, then we managed to find, much to my delight, a 4* hotel that we could actually afford. GET IN!! I'm not sure either of us has ever been so excited about the prospect of a bath and a cup of tea (obviously we did our ...