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... horse-riding statue in Europe (3rd in the world). The statue is of Jan Žižka, a famous Hussite leader. We walked around the park before heading back to keep packing. Caleb, Bram and I then had our last Czech meal at Restaurant Sklep near our house. I had Svičkova, of course.
We then headed to another park a short walk away to meet up with Jacy, Grace, and some of the Charles University group. We sat on a hill and watched the sun set on ...
... right to the ceiling. Stood and watched the astronomical clock chime as it was about to happen. Interesting, a skeleton pulls a rope and model priests come out and dance about while other models play instruments. A bit strange to us but the performance got applause from the crowd. Went down to Ungelt or Tyn courtyard, a 10th century merchants settlement that was restored in the 1990's and is now a lovely little square with shops and restaurants. Had a quick ...
... and vacuumed every crevice that lead into the room, but that *little* ******* was no where to be found, so the spider hunt was over, I felt at peace knowing it was no longer in my room at least, so I got ready and hit the town for my last day off this week.
I started the day off by reading where the best places to meet people in the city are, and some fun local spots. I kept reading about this beer place that had the biggest selection in Prague,and had ...
... the wine was #%£€£>
Geoff - just for you we started with a SWEET Zamek Melnik a Muller Thurgau just like the old Blenhiemer. They cannot produce enough of it.
2nd was a wine which had a nice aroma or bouquet but it was revolting. It turned out to be a Muscat.
3rd a Pinot Noir, sounds good, it was 16.5% Alcohol and it was the best of the 4.
4th a Modry Portugal also called Blue Portugal, similar to a Cab Sav. Again a tip out.
The waste bucket was full. We ...
... great to hear that they try to dance at home together..practising..something that is theirs.I am so pleased for them.. Tango can deepen our relationships.Strengthen them.It can show the weak points too.But I rather live in truth and see both sides of a coin.. I do realise that how I look at tango is not how everyone else looks at it and I totally appreciate it.. Tango does not have to be that dramatic and so intense as it is often portrayed in movies etc.And it certainly does not ...