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... the night before were not playing. Michael was clearly relieved that he didn't have to endure any musical performances, but I was a little disappointed. However, a delicious and inexpensive meal in a restaurant in a nearby narrow street (foot traffic only) soon cheered me up. We then wandered back on to the bridge to take photos of Prague by night.
I limped back to our hotel, falling into bed at 10:30 - way too late, given our early start to the day.
... babies. So out the back of the museum was where you have to stick your head in a bum hole to watch a little movie about people feeding baby food to each other.
That was made by David Cerny too.
After that we went for a walk around town to at night. I think it is better at night.
Then we went to a restaurant and I got spaghetti again yay.
Prague has over taken my favourite place on this holiday so ...
The brekky at the top hotel was "interesting". I thought Tash was going to have a heart attack. A weird mixture of stale breads and assorted processed meats with what looked like leftovers from last nights salads. The transport system worked with ruthless efficiency, another nod to communist rule apparently. Bus/metro trip spat us out under the national museum. Having entered ...
... 8 ounces of coffee in the morning, and that was to last all day. The females received a piece of bread and 6 ounces of coffee. After work, the workers had to stand in line in order to receive a cup of potato soup (which included rotten potato peelings, if they were lucky) and a cup of water. Some people were so worn out that they did not want to stand in line for the food; they just wanted to lay down. The elderly people received nothing, ...
... Albert supermarket within 100 metres and adequate car-parking (definitely more adequate than central Prague).
But, you have to like your neighbours, their sleeping and ablution patterns and their favorite television shows. Ok, I'll admit that it's not quite that bad, but on the whole ... well I haven't found anyone yet who wouldn't choose a superior option if they could afford it. I think I'll be able to cope for three months.
Is that enough for round one?