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... it was just not happy with all that mineral water! After lunch we had about 2 hours to wander about and do some shopping. Something kind of funny happened after lunch. There were two people in our
group from Oman. They were very nice,but I noticed they seemed to be
doing that watch, but don't watch with Kerri and I- finally the wife
straight out asked if we were friends or "together"! I cracked up. We headed ...
Arrived in Prague having left half of my liquids at the airport, but I half expected that having packed the equivalent of Boots. First night was interesting, we were staying in a 36 bed dorm so expected to see some ropey behaviour, but not feel it. Me and Fleur were woken up to the sound of crunching Doritos. Fine. Expected. Well the share bag of Doritos wasn't all they were planning on sharing. What followed was a two hour sex ordeal. I refuse to accept that there is anything ...
... like the shops here have , from the jewellery to the amazing clocks ,
On sale one of these grandfather clocks covered in gold was on sale 50% off for €22000.
The he shops were quiet as the Russians haven't come on holiday .
Oh oh the beer the best ! Pilsner was invented here and is sooooo good . Good food David loved the pig shanks , the special Czech duck and dumpling . Me I am trying to keep to salad so I don't look like a dumpling .
I am writing this from my stateroom, finally on our river boat! Let me tell you how we got here.
We left Prague at 8:30 this morning. We rode about 2 hours on a bus to Karlovy Vary, a spa town in the Czech Republic. This town is known for it's mineral water and people often go there to rest and recover from illness. The water is said to have healing properties. There are beautiful lixury hotels and fancy restaurants and shops. Every shop had ...
The following day we were told that we would be going horse-riding which was a welcome surprise. Most of us had not ridden horses before so it was a fun experience. We were only walked around at a pleasant pace but it was enjoyable riding around pretending to be Jan Zizka leading the Hussite Army into battle.
It was great to be able to spend a weekend with Czech speakers, who helped us with our very ...