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... that autumn is beginning to show its colours though it doesn’t officially start for a few more days. The streets of Riga were awash with fallen leaves while others were very dry to the touch and fell if you did so.Then we came into Poland, and here the autumn colours are even more pronounced and that we didn’t expect seeing as we are heading south. We also changed time zones and are now back on Western European time, Not that that bit ...
... to see was within walking distance of our apartment so there was no need for public transportation. Our apartment was half a block from the main city square.
We began our exploration of Prague at Wenceslas Square. It's the major square in Prague where much of the action occurs. There are numerous street performers, food vendors, restaurants, tourist groups, and a very large statue. Located on the square was the Old Town Hall and the Astronomical ...
... I messaged the tour guide a number of of times and nothing. We arrived about 5mins late, then by 6.15pm, Colleen was ready to walk when this person came rushing up to us, it was our tour guide. We quickly found out that we were the only 2 people on this tour, but at first it felt really weird just us two and the guide, but after a few beers, and we started chatting, it wasn't too bad. The funny thing about our tour guide was he was very similar ...
... Today, after doing two walking tours, I'm thinking 'I'm sooooo over these cobblestones. Why can't these streets be flat?!?'. Last night we caught a tram home and as it went along the cobblestones, the bumpiness of the stones was very much felt during the ride. I got off the tram still feeling the vibrations going through my body. My feet persevered though, and we made it to a place called restaurant Mustek. They had a pig roasting on a spit at the front of the ...
... was a gaggle of Japanese brides and grooms having their pictures taken with it. That was the end of our tour. We made our way to the top of the clock tower and it's open air balcony and splendid views. This was a bit crowded because the brides and grooms were there too, having their pictures taken at every possible angle. We toured the area looking for a restaurant for lunch, but all the meals were very meat and potatoes, no light fare. We finally settled on an Italian ...