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... like they'd run out of materials while building it! After a lovely walk in the sun we eventually found it and then headed to a supermarket to buy lunch. The afternoon past by quickly as we enjoyed the weather on one of the Island parks on the river. It's amazing how different everywhere looks when the sun comes out! Suddenly there were peddleos and picnics everywhere! I also finally got try Trdelník - a bakery product a lot like a Chelsea bun. Many places around the city well ...