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Well, this famous clock is reputedly Prague's #1 attraction and to say we were underwhelmed would be an exaggeration. It was, not to put too finer point on it, pathetic ! Anyway, the tour started properly and the first stop was back at the Clock. Ashley explained how it displayed lots of detailed information and why it was the pride of Prague 600 years ago, but did admit that it has been voted the 2nd most over-rated attraction in Europe, only being beaten ...
... bus and learned some more about the cities history. After getting back to Alexanderplatz, me and Ben visited a few shops to past the time as mom and dad drank their troubles away. I told Ben about some different bands and what albums he should listen to ('Doolittle' and 'Surfer Rosa' by Pixies are essential and Arcade Fire's fourth album isn't nearly as good as the first 3.) After meeting back up with Maman and Papa we headed to the train station. We ...
... to offer but we got a photo. Today We realized I still hadn't been ice skating. And since we had missed out on snow I had to at least do ice skating in Europe outdoors. So we walked all over Prague looking for the rink, find it to be told due to the weather being too warm (8 degrees) they were closing and we couldn't skate!! Couldn't believe it!! So I walked Jenni to the train station and said goodbye to her as she heads to Russia via Berlin ...
... It is the 2nd largest city after Munich and a very cute place to visit. Took a picture of the massive church right in the city square and had a walk around the small bridges that cross the river running through the town. Then back to the bus for trip to The Czech Republic which landed at our Hotel Savoy at about 5.30pm. Another quick change then down for traditional dinner at the Hotel. Very flash and the meal was great - salad and cheese plate to start, roast meat and sauce for main ...
... A nice big room with tea and coffee and a comfy sofa. We spent a couple of hours relaxing before heading to a nearby restaurant for dinner. Our meal was excellent - an enormous bowl of tasty pasta and declicious wine. We went to our comfy bed feeling very pleased with our change of fortune!
The following day we enjoyed a lovely breakfast at the hostel, before heading to the train station for a day trip out to the Sedlec ...