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Today is walking day, so we plan a route with a little help from my 'Triposo' App. This is free and the best App I have found for Worldwide Travel. It even works well offline. Our first planned stop is at the 'Jan Becher Museum' who invented the national alcoholic sprit called ...
... again I am happy with that.
The room we are having our evening meal is very nice indeed as is the food. The wild mushroom soup which is the best I have ever had, and the chicken main with white asparagus and mushrooms is great too. Our choice of wine is a Czech Sauvignon which is surprisingly good. It has to be said that the service was absolutely impeccable.
This was a truly memorable dining ...
... early dinner. Challenging was the first menu in Czech, Russian and German we were given. The waitress on detecting our difficulty soon returned with a second where a few dishes had been translated to English. Emma ordered a penne with salmon cooked in a cream sauce and I rolled pork loin stuffed with blue cheese and spinach accompanied with Rosti. The wine choice was very simple a glass of white or red. We had one of each and then we returned to our rooms. Note plural, we possess ...
... do all these things but that would involve application on my part and I can honestly say when I have the time to learn, on coaches or trains wifi has been very limited or non existence and besides Emma does it so well and I really don't dare turn my phone on on case I accidentally do something which will incur cost. Our day began with a leisurely start which meant 7am rise not 6 as it had been on the coach tour and breakfast at the hotel in their basement dining ...
... back to Prague and got some Pho Ga. This Vietnamese soup has become one of my new favorite foods!
On Saturday, Bram, Grace, and I decided to go to visit the Karlstejn castle. The Karlstejn castle is located about an hour outside of Prague above the little village of Karlstejn. This castle was founded in 1348 by Charles IV, Holy-Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia. King Charles IV is one of the most famous names in the Czech Republic and many things in Prague ...