Hotel U Zeleneho hroznu (Hotel At the Green Grape)
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With the room not having a window to let air in, the room got a bit warm and stuffy during the night and I had to set a chair up to keep the door open to let the cool air in, so our sleep wasn't interrupted too bad and we were well and truly ready for breakfast and coffee after another solid 12 hour sleep. We had a big breakfast and decided to throw the runners on and head across the river to a local park and check out how much of an outdoor playground it could provide us for a small hit ...
... became the Czech Republic.
It truly is a beautiful place. The river is huge, there are several bridges, cobblestones everywhere, the architecture is lovely, and there are loads of green trees dotting the river banks. They even had a 'beach' on the banks of the river. No sand exactly, and loads of swans wanting attention, but apparently a very popular place in summer.
We finished the day with a ...
... Jess and Rowan. It was a lot of fun and I met a bunch of cool people. I also tried absinthe for the first time last night. I don't know what I was expecting to taste like... But I was surprised. It was almost ouzo like. Other notes... I think I got a spider bite on my finger. We finally got some rain! I'm going to Berlin tonight! I've been traveling for over a month already! Thanks for reading this whole post! I know it was a long one. I will try not to be a slacker in Berlin. Cheers ...
Today we did the last of our tourist trips to a Bohemian Crystal glass factory in Nibutz, about 30Km away.
The first part of the trip was to a castle, but we were not part of that trip we just shared the bus. We travelled onto the factory and had a tour of it. Saw the glass blowing and moulding and the engraving of the patterns in the finished product.
... of the Slavic Epic in Vienna so we didn’t see it again in Prague).
In his Prague museum, you can see photos of models that he used to draw and create the people in the St. Vitus Cathedral Windows. Interesting how they were posed, dressed and animated…exactly depicting his vision.