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... It was too good to resist!!
With vodka in hand we headed back for a SWIM in the HOSTEL POOL!!! Was a great relief from the hot and sticky weather. After making ourselves presentable and some Absolut vodka we enjoyed some drinks down at the hostel bar. They had rekorderlig cans!! YES SOO GOOD! I was loving Prague so far.
Meeting up with our Canadian Busabout friend Candice, Chanel and I headed to a local chinese place for a cheap meal of noodles with lots ...
Coldest day yet, feels like minus 6 degrees, but was apparently only minus 2! Very cold walking around the streets today, started in the New Town (founded in the 14 century), then onto a concert in the church in the Old Town and Xmas Markets in the square Tonight, just got back from an ice hockey match. HC Praha Lev, the local team playing a Russian team (score was 3-1 for the record) 3am wake-up call tomorrow for a 7am flight, so turning in ...
... in the wrong terminal exit for Haydn for more than an hour. His phone was dead, and he finally found us by walking around the airport! We had been in Prague since 11am too!!! And still were late!!! Sorry Haydn!
So we started the 2.5 hour trip home about 11,30pm, but we had a lot to talk about to keep us awake! Back to Studniska for a rest!!!
Time to start thinking about washing and packing and how to fit the Mona Lisa in!
After waking up a bit later than normal due to the ridiculous storm we had tried to sleep through, we got ourselves sorted out and headed into Prague on the 11:38 bus. We had a 30 min bus ride to the main tram stop and then about a 20 min tram journey into the city. This seemed quite a long journey considering we were supposed to be only 5km/3miles outside of the city but it was easier than taking the van so guess we can't complain... We got into Prague ...
... the Jewish Quarter. After the tour, everyone is is strong agreement that it's dinner time. We eat in a restaurant with a theme of the Gorem which is a legend creature living in the attic of the old new synagogue in Prague. The food is good. The wine is great. The company is lovely. The night is cool and comfortable. We return to our hotel crossing back over the Charles Bridge. It's almost midnight and my comfy bed awaits.