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We walked to the Statue of St. Wenceslas and onto the Jewish Quarter. The Jewish museum which is located in the Jerusalem Synagogue was beautiful and gave a comprehensive overview of the life of a Jew through the years in Prague. We had met a couple from Denmark who come to Prague every year on their anniversary to people watch. We asked them ...
... being there and I found it harder that I expected. Then we set of for Prague. Checked into the hostel and quickly got ready for the night. Chris took us to a restaurant for dinner which was actually really good. I had a gluten free win because I got tomato soup rather then the mushroom soup everyone else got woo. Had a brief walking tour, Prague is beautiful, especially at night, and then set off to some ...
The train connections of the holiday start.
I'd forgotten how excellent train travel can be. Mind you, we do it the easy way with guaranteed seats (as we book weeks ahead) and first class where possible.
So lovely Imre was on hand at 6.30am to guide us from our hotel to the Budapest Central Railway Station, installed us and even bought breakfast pastries. Lucky us!
Comfy seats, ...
... naturally had her own keys so she collected our bags for us and delivered them to us while we were sound asleep.
Bags delivered, managed to have a decent sleep so things are looking up.
Really enjoyed our walk down to the Farmer's Market where we tasted some local produce.
Czech beer for Paul, Goulash which we shared for lunch along with a yummy little Poppy Seed bun. Bbq fish looked and smelt great but we could not fit it ...
... 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 ...