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... make a brew, I was horrified to discover that we had picked up a carton of sour milk (who drinks this stuff?). As my cup of tea curdled, so did my mood, and I went to bed feeling a little unimpressed by our time in Prague.
After an uncomfortable night's sleep, we had breakfast in our room - doughnuts and bread rolls from the local supermarket - before heading out again into the city. En route to the Charles Bridge, Mr H spotted ...
... looks surprisingly chic.
6. The toilets have enormous flush buttons on the wall above them. They are literally one foot square.
This is in addition to the excellent concierge service, the extravagant breakfast buffet (Grandpa was not disappointed!), and the perfect location.
Ok on to today's activities.
Today we finally met some of our fellow cruisers for the first time! While our opportunities to converse with each other were limited ...
... to Starbucks. I hate the idea of this, going to Starbucks instead of a local cafe shop. But only in Starbucks can we buy a couple,of drinks, then eat sandwiches in the warmth. Split up,again after lunch. John and jack to another military museum. The girls to see Salvador Dali. Not sure why so much of his work is in Prague. We picked up more.......bread cheese and salad, our staple for this part of the tour, for the train Another day another train. Or ...
... actually FREEZING and rainy probably 5 deg !! Off we went to buy some umbrellas to supplement the raincoats So after 3 hours of walking in the weather we dashed in to the nearest pub for hot wine and goulash soup - THE MOST AMAZING SOUP EVER !! Afternoon we went back to do more exploring and spent an hour in the communist museum Thankgoodness for our little map - the little ...
... free to compose. Beethoven dedicated two pieces to the Prince- the 5th symphony and Pastoral 6th. Original Mozart and Beethoven scores were on display. My heroin was a 16C wife of one ancestor who had 22 children. With the childbirth maternal death rate at the time, she must have been concerned her luck for survival was running out. The day remained shrouded with some fog but the gardens walk I was taking us on was fine in these conditions. The place has steep ...