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... visiting a number of locations listed on the website. Being Sunday they were all either shut or not open until dinner time.
By this time we were feeling rather hungry. I had heard about this, pork knee / knuckle, dish that the Czechs like to make and it sounded right up my alley. We did a quick web search for a restaurant, in the area that could tick this box.
Turns out the restaurant was named Potrefená Husa which translates to the ...
... to a Communist propoganda bar, and then convinced the rest of our tour to come with us to try Absinthe at the recommendation of our guide. The people on our tour were wonderful so we were happy to have them join us! I didn't know that serving absinthe was such a process, but apparently the correct way to do it is to drip ice water over a sugar cube and into a glass without about an ounce or two or absinthe in ...
... Japanese tourists are, that when he's waiting at the airport they take photos of him holding up his sign, and then they take photos of everything, "Ooh there's a car!" CLICK! "Ooh there's a dog!" CLICK! Hopefully we will have him driving us back to the airport on Friday. We checked into our hotel, Hotel Pod Vezi, which is on the Lesser Town side of Charles Bridge, right beside one of the towers, which we get to go up for free. The location is fabulous and the room is ...
... restaurants and even shopping stores.We returned to our hotel from this very first walk already enchanted by Prague and what it has to offer!
The next day we had breakfast in the hotel. The breakfast nook was nice and cozy, not too big, nor too small and food was quite satisfactory. We would stay in Prague just for 3 days, so our time schedule was well prepared in advance ...
... chicken schnitzel, fried cheese) and just had fun. Word to the wise, always check how much your drink is before you order it. Without looking at the menu I ordered a mojito, thinking the price would be reasonable, only to realize it was a $9 when I got my bill. First, it was not even good enough to be that much, but my mistake. It was only $1 cheaper than my food plate, so I learned another lesson that day: stick to $1.50 beer on tap. ;)