Travel Blogs from Prague
... at the cemetery too which was all very hickeldy pickeldy. Apparently the graves are just stacked on top of each other. We have walked over the famous Charles bridge . It's really beautiful there, you get a good view of the town and we stroked some persons breast which supposedly guarantees you will come back. The castle was really pretty too. It's not so much a castle actually, more like a palace. That's where the big stone statue is that I told you about. There ...
... mistake and we made the train no problem. I will pay much closer attention next time and will not rely on my memory as much.
We boarded our train, which was quite crowded. Like most air conditioning in Europe the AC on the train is intermittent and of varying quality. Many seats were reserved and we went from car to car hunting for open seats. I thought I had made a mistake not reserving seats....but after a few cars, we found out this ...
... and roasted pork knuckles and their home brewed ale. One of the best meals we have eaten in a restaurant.
I talked to apartment owner (Chris) and he said it was a magical business. He is getting about 22% return on these apartments and his December occupancy rate was 84%. He said he is still picking up these apartments quite cheaply as the locals don't yet know what gems they have amongst them.
It seems to me that many of us ...
... home fairly early to get some sleep.
The next day, on our way to Vienna, we stopped at Kutna Hora, which is still in the Czech Republic. There is a Church there with a lot of bones inside.. it was very bizarre. When I can, I will upload photos of it. Not really sure what to think, but I certainly wonder whose idea this was, and how it came about.
Then we had a nice long bus ride to rest up before Austria!
... FOR DRINKING ABSINTHE:
Take a spoon full of sugar and dribble cold water into the sugar so it devolves the sugar while falling into the absinthe.
We cheered and drank down the liquid that remind me of licorice. We drank two bottles and saw nothing, however the effect produce was a clear one allowing one to remember what happens during their night.
We walked down the square past the Spaniards cheering and singing (They had Won) Took pictures of everything lit up. ...