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... lady at the next table. Dad is easy to please...he got himself a beer. As for food; we ordered chicken strips with chips, Dad had fish and chips (so he could compare with the English) and Mum had this massive Czech dish with meat and dumplings. She reckoned it was yum.
After (a late) lunch we wandered around looking at streets we hadn't seen yet and then ended up in another supermarket. I think Mum secretly loves visiting supermarkets and trying to work ...
We are currently on a bus back to Prague after a few days in the heart of Czech beer country in Pilsen and 3 fairy tale nights in the enchanting Cesky Krumlov (blogs for both of these coming soon!). We decided after our first 5 nights in Prague, given the atrocious weather and time out at the dentist, we didn't get to see everything we wanted, so we're headed back for more.
Prague is a beautiful city, with a main square that has to be up there in vying for the prettiest ...
... donut but sort of similar. After a look around the place we walked back down to our part of town through Wenceslas Vineyards. This morning our hotel reception gave us a voucher for free crepes and coffees at the creperie. Being the greedy gutses we are, we headed in this afternoon. The crepes were delicious. We then went upstairs to give our legs a rest. At 7.30 Adam and Alex decided we should go downstairs for dinner to the hotel restaurant ...
... and come included in your meal, and you can order mayonnaise with your fries for no extra cost.
Frozen was magical, funny and beautiful! Everyone should see it because it is fun, festive and has a great score. Joanna said I reminded her of the reindeer character in it…perhaps I’m growing antlers because of the cold?
We meandered through the Christmas markets and then headed home, noting that it is much colder here in Prague than anywhere else we've ...
... she was leaving for a Busabout tour the following day. I went to bed feeling a lot better than I had in the morning and made a deal with myself that tomorrow I would have a proper look around Prague.
When I woke up the next day I caught the 20 minute tram into town to post some of my summer clothes, gifts and trinkets home as I had heard it was really cheap to send stuff from the Czech Republic. I had a walk around the medieval city, it was ...