Residence Green Lobster
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... city. After walking down the cobbled path we indulged ourselves with some ice-cream and chocolate sundaes at the lovely Cafe Savoy. We ended the day by taking an evening dinner cruise along the river. A lovely way to see the city as the sun set. Today is checkout time and then a short flight back to Brussels for a few days of R&R before we head to Ireland next week. Will check in with you again in a few days. As always, lovely to read your commemts, keep them ...
... and sausage soup served in a mini bread loaf. It was really lovely.
Plus beer then coffee. And we were sat just off the main drag listening to a trad jazz band. Happy times.
Afterwards we very slowly strolled back over Charles Bridge towards home, just drinking in the atmosphere and feeling great.
Getting a bit cooler, so a bit of a rest, change and off out again soon. I blog, Mark softly ...
And we were off to Prague, a 2-1/2 hour drive.
We could not drive our car into Czech, something about a problem with the insurance. We planned to ride the train but at the last minute Dieter got the days off and we rode with him.
We checked into our hotel, the same one we'd stayed at 2 years ago; they let us check in an hour early. This time we stayed in the main hotel, last time we were in rooms off to the side.
We had a lovely train trip from Berlin to Prague today. It took nearly 5 hours, and the countryside was delightful. It was flat farming land, mainly wheat, till Dresden, then there were a few gentle hills until the River Elbe. The train track ran right beside the river, and on the opposite side were the most amazing rock formations, on the edge of a great escarpment. It was a hot sunny day, and there were quite a few people ...