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Well another stop in Frankfurt, we thought we might use the business lounge but unfortunately directions by (numerous) airport staff ( giving us different directions) meant that we couldn't find it, oh nooooo... so, I just had to wander about Duty Free shopping while we waited for the next plane to Prague, it's tough, but I pushed through :)
Its very strange, sometimes we have to go through immigration on departure and arrival, and other times only once....we ...
... awe struck -and that was before I even walked inside.
This castle has been built over the centuries, there are bits from the 6th century, the 9th, the 10th, the 14th, the 16th, and more recently a new 'pretend gothic' bit has been added in the 1900's. There are several big square courtyards with buildings all around the outside, there are cathedrals and fortified walls and little shops inside the walls. There are wings that are used ...
... come. Two weeks ago I was getting very home sick and thought of you all and Colorado often, but now it is finally here. I'll see you all over a short period of time here when I get home, and I look forward to sharing anything and everything you want to know about. Thank you again, and please let me know more about your thoughts on the whole experience when I see you next. Day 60 tomorrow... I'll make sure I don't take this one for granted ...
... of the totalitarian regime and the statues gradually atrophy as you move uphill. From 1948-1989, over 205,000 Czech were imprisoned, executed, died in prison, or shot attempting to cross the border including 170,000 who managed to leave by other means. In the evening, we returned to the restaurant where we first had lunch for our final farewell to the city, this time ending the day with a yummy apple strudel with cinnamon quark. During our entire stay, the weather remained warm, ...
... Old Town. We sat outside till 10 at night after the sun finally set and ate tomato and mozzarella, bruschetta, pizza and chocolate torte. Tonight we are after more traditional Czech food, although we might give the pork knees and boiled cabbage a wide berth.
As as I write this we are sipping my Czech wine, a bargain at 70 koruna (about $3.50) a bottle.
Loving Prague, loving holidays.
Susan andStephen ...