Hotel Parkhotel Pruhonice
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Early start for a big day of travel! 5am we woke up and had breakfast - soft-boiled eggs on toast with half an apple and plunger coffee - and finished packing. We left the unit at about 610 and walked to the metro. We hopped off at Keleti which is where our train to Prague left from. We found our seats, very nice and comfy! The had a last minute deal of €35 for first class or €47 for second, so we felt very lucky! The train was fine. It was meant to be a 7 hour ...
... and blackberry wine which is a typical Czech tipple. Our last stop was Cafe Louvre which has been in business since 1902. We tasted Czech dumplings, which look like sliced baguette, braised beef in a vegetable sauce with cranberry compote, washed down with wine or beer, followed by a slice of delicious apple strudel with custard and cream. Filled to the brim it was time for some retail therapy, and the walk back to the hotel as rain began to ...
... in the scenery and the
picturesque view of the old buildings across the water. Of course these tourist
hotspots offer everything, from horse drawn carriages to a ride in an old timer
and –unavoidable these days – the segways.
One of the
main attractions of Prague is the Charles Bridge from 1357! It is lined with
marvellous sculptures and guarded by towers on each end. It is for pedestrians
only and was ...
... the restaurant car, taking photos and trying to form generalisations on the passing visuals. Here goes:
Rusty buildings and metalwork, crumbling masonry, mountains of rubbish dumps. Houses, farm buildings, apartment blocks very old and traditional or soviet-brutal modern. Few large fields, lots of small-holdings, farmlets. As we got more elevation, the appearance of alpine-style chalets. Lots if really tiny ...
... thinks my parents were hippies when naming me and didn't know flick is a nickname for Felicity H n M (clothes store) is ridiculous and we are already obsessed Canadians can't get over that we abbreviate everything but especially the fact we abbreviate the already abbreviated C.B.F to ceebs Everyone was shocked when we told them our age thinking we were 20.. Must of been the way we looked? Berlin here we come! (I feel we might be the unstoppable ...