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Day one in the book, it was a doozy... We met our tour guide in the lobby at 9:30 this morning and headed out to the tram up to Strahov Monastery. What does one see in a monastery you ask? Libraries duh. This joint was completed in 1594... or 182 YEARS before America. Needless to say it makes you feel like the French Quarter is so fresh and new. …
Up early on 8th October, a quick breakfast and out of our hotel in Munich by 8.15 am. Called past a bakery for provisions for the train ride to Prague. The train departed on time at 9.01 am and we arrived in Prague on time at 3.44 pm. The crane was waiting for us to lift Bev's suitcase. Straight to the ATM to get some Czech currency and then found our apartment again with a minimum of fuss.
We unpacked and went for a stroll around our ...
... walking. Guys went to a model shop while Inge and I strolled arm in arm thru the old city. Very European I must say.
We found some chocolates at a little shop I remembered from other trips, then sat down in an outdoor restaurant at the square. We were enjoying our cappuccinos when the guys walked up.
Off to dinner back at the Café Slavia then a night walk across the bridge. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Br ...
... felt a tap on our shoulders. It was friends of ours from Toronto, that we had met at the train station in Berlin a few days before. Scott wrote them an email saying we were going to this club and asked if they wanted to join us. We never heard back from them. However, there they were. Once they got there we had such a great time. We tried Absinthe and then took a randomized survey of where everyone in the club was from. We ended our night out at a very late hour in great spirits.
... was due to the communist era where people barely existed and what they had was sold off. It seemed the real history was held back and truth hidden- deeply engraved in their sad memories. Makes you appreciate democracy and freedom of speech in the UK. An eye opener. We did the boat trip later. Well, you couldn't call it a trip... More of a little paddle around and under the ...