Villa St. Tropez
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... another restaurant 200 yards and he pointed to it, but I was persistent and another guy spoke some English, so we figured something out , and of course when we got the food, it was not what we expected, but it was good. This is where you need to be like a Willow--
Walked through the graveyard while waiting to get into the church, another monumental grave site, but saw the graveside and tribute to Smetana and Dvorak. Cool.
In the St. Peter and St. ...
... spritz, in a tavern with good music - it was nicer than Aperol spritz. I then listened to the army band in Wenceslas Square. In the evening I went to AghaRTA Jazz Club with a guy from the hostel. The club is in a 14th century basement, it was really cool sitting there looking about :). The music by American band Unified Presence was very good but different - they only had guitar, bass and drums, no brass or vocals.
... the wine waiter was 'that word again' Most red wines still use corks and so it was decanted first.
We did not take photos of every course - hopefully I will add a selection of some courses.
English was spoken and we just had to speak slowly.
The wine list was huge (so were some of the prices)
It has been rated as the best restaurant in the Czech Republic and has 1 Michelin star (the ultimate in rating systems)
Before we got to the restaurant we got ...
... cattle in time for changing of guards, showy ceremony with brass band. St Vitus Cathedral with tiny door in side for prison (?), Wenceslas’ vineyard, across bridge and past Josefov to town square in time for clock to strike on the hour. Lunch in student cafe, bye to Krystof, ticket for Prago Union. To Lucie’s work at kindergarten, 2 hours in Mammut climbing wall out of centre, leading up to 5+. Back to B’s to change, drop bags, in to ...
... is no water in the toilet tap and the flush isn’t an automatic vacuum system, instead, emptying onto the tracks.
Prague is everything they say: beautiful, touristed, wonderful. The building architecture is exceptional, the setting so spectacular, the age and complexity so intriguing, small alleys winding in all directions, the castle over the river on the hill. The locals are so polite, patient and generous, it’s lovely to ...