Lindner Hotel Prague Castle
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... out to wander the old town by ourselves, revisiting many spots we had been on the walking tour, this time equipped with cameras. That evening it was time to do a pub crawl. The nightlife in Prague is said to be amazing, unfortunately I'm not in a position to comment. We chose a very poor pub crawl, with only 3 others attending, so it turned more into a few drinks with new friends, which meant it was still a good evening. We even got a small tour round the microbrewery ...
... their concerts here and organised for their lighting team to install it. Our daytime tour of the castle, the largest medieval castle in Europe lasted 3.5 hours during which we were entertained by our very witty English guide!! Modern street art caught our eye again and although we didn't see the "Dancing House" (modelled on Fred & Ginger) in the best light, we still loved the modern architecture.
... during that period that people hardly knew what was going on just outside of the city, let alone in another country. Access to learning English was extremely limited but she managed to learn the English language by listening to Beatles records owned by foreigners working in the hotel. (One of her favorite songs was "It's a Hard Days Night".)
She talked about all the ways that the Communists worked to control society. For example, ...
... arrives. I've been looking at the camp Canada options and I'm not sure if it's possible. Kathleen suggested I do a course on counselling, maybe that might work. We'll see. Lord show me what to do and where to go. Canada I would like to see. So, Radka arrived and despite me feeling famished we checked out the town instead. We walked down to the city and went around. We stopped by a stall that sold barrelled "donuts" I think they call ...
... told Josie, it breaks, I fix it and then carry on, easy. Ultimately we managed to get down 150 miles before stopping in Wurzburg and finding a campsite by just driving about until we saw a sign, we deserved some luck :)
Wednesday proved to be a trouble free day, where we managed to get some miles done, about 300 and across another border and into Prague. We found a campsite right in the centre of town and ...