Romantik Hotel U Raka
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Dad was up early again and did this massive walk around the southern end of Prague. He reckoned he walked so far he actually walked out of Prague. All I know is...he didn't wake me up so I couldn't get a hot chocolate.
After breakfast Mum and Dad had some business to take care of so me and Brig watched stuff on the iPad. When they were finished we went for a walk to see the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers building. It was about 10 mins walk away and on the way ...
... slow lane, come right up to the slow car, first car out, second car out..... Past the slow guy, first car in, second car in.... I was ready and joined the line. For a few kilometres it was easy, we were doing about 140-150, but then I noticed the road was clearing more and the pace was picking up. I looked down and we doing 170!!! Pug 2 was happy but I was not, too close to the car in front, too many trucks...chicken out time. Off the ...
... Apparently she thought I was right behind her and got a fright, but in fact I was a few metres back. It was so funny though. Alex will laugh about it too eventually, but for now it's still a bit embarrassing. Anna then recommended some Czech foods to try and places to try them. For lunch we went to Lokal, which is right near our hotel. I had something called svíčková na smetaně. It's roast sirloin with a cream sauce served with ...
... to our hostel.
As we headed to the ticket office, we heard a piano playing. A young musician had bought his big piano into the station and placed it on a carpet! It was beautiful, and we had heard Prague was home to many talented musicians. In the crowd was a young girl with a Sydney keyring on her back pack. I asked if she was from Australia, and she said no, but that she went on school exchange there. She was really excited we were from Aus and helped us to buy a 72 ...
... challenge to me and at under 1€ for half a litre it's well in my budget! The Czech Republic is also one of the youngest countries being only 20 years old. If the country was a person living in the USA he wouldn't be allowed to drink.
It was a long process getting our room keys on the bus in exchange for our passports. It took about 15 minutes and while that was happening our bags were sitting on the car park floor in the rain. Not happy Jan. ...