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... stoked to have come across this and decided to wait it out and see what the commotion was about. It was so cool to see how the scenes play out in the flesh before it hits the big screen. It looked like a pretty small quick scene, but cool to have seen it.
We decided to kick on and walk down a side street towards the Palace when we stumble across a small crowd outside a building with red carpet and we notice the signs on the window saying it was the Mercedes ...
... the Charles Bridge. He also helpfully drew on a map to show us the direction we needed to take. Pity that the GPS lady ad already been given the correct hotel's address - and she still screwed us up by taking us to the wrong place, not once, not twice, but three times. Eventually (read about 2 hours later) we finally took a punt and turned down a different lane, parked the car, and Connor and I got out and went looking for the ...
... them! We wandered around on our own for a while and eventually decided to find some food. It turns out that I'm moving towards not the vegetarian friendly places... But don't worry. We found this tiny pub and went inside. The waiters were only a little rude, which is apparently really good here. Katerina warned us that we should expect pretty terrible service, it's the norm here. They new we weren't Czech, so they gave us a Russian menu. As you might imagine, the Russian menu was about ...
... cemetery and the Jewish burial society. We learned a lot about Jewish burial including the fact that the burial society had uniforms, an annual banquet and were responsible for preparing the body and digging the grave. Interesting.
The tour of Klementinum (chapel, school and tower), hereafter "Klem" ...
... up from the very top of the tower. The tourists go crazy for it. And all this within low crawl distance from our apartment. We felt like locals with every passing minute. In fact every time a tourist brochure was pushed at us or we got another pitch to ride a Segway scooter for an hour, I smugly said “we live here” and they went away.
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