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... minimal tourists. We began our evening at the White Whale, a quaint pub near downtown, but not close enough to be touristy or expensive. I still haven't found an affinity for beer, even Czech beer, so the actual "pub" part was wasted on me.
From there, we walked downtown to tour some of the pubs and see several works of art. One that I was most impressed with was The Memorial to the Victims of Communism by Czech sculptor Olbram Zoubek ...
... Communist floating around here. I told David this was a living testament to the fact that some people are just too damn stupid to learn.
The monument starts out wide at the bottom of the hill, with a man made of bronze at the bottom. As you ascend the hill, the width of the monument narrows and it becomes steeper and more difficult to climb. The bronze man appears in different stages as you ascend, and in each statue, there is a little less of the man. When ...
... way of lighting the sugar but it wouldn't work.
After that episode Kel and I went and had some dinner and a few drinks to get rid of our remaining crown. The other girls went out on a pub crawl. Ah to be young again HA ha ha. They like to remind me I'm 10 years older. Today had to be the funniest day of the whole trip. I don't think I stopped laughing all day.
Tomorrow we head to Germany. First we stop at Dresden then continue to ...
... discussing how salty it was,,, tired much? We ended up in the old town again and ate at a typically touristy restaurant and it was actually quite nice.
Our last day in the lovely Prague was just that.... lovely. We decided to complain about the tour from the day before and got a 50% refund which was nice. We then went to brekky at a cafe recommended to us.... it was ok but nothing wonderful really. We went to the top of a ...
... Art Museum and then Romy when to the Jewish Quarter, since I had already seen that twice before, I did a couple of things I didn't get to do last time----the Church of St. Cyril and St. Methodius and the Museum of Communism. We are ready to trade cobblestones for Giants games---at least I am! Diann and ...
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