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... ever had it. We started our next day again looking for a coffee shop, but couldn't seem to find anything, we walked for ever and it just seemed that that area didn't want to have coffee shops. We settled on this restaurant and the food was outstanding! The people might not be the most polite but their cooking is really good! For some reason I wasn't feeling to great afterwards so we headed back to our room and a took a quick nap, and it started to ...
... enjoyed a Pina Colada at a waterfront cafe opposite the castle then went on a cruise of the river. I met a delightful Aussie couple who I spent the evening with, sharing travel experiences in Old Town Square over a few drinks :). It was a very relaxing and pleasant day. I really enjoyed Prague and would have liked to stay longer but the next accomodation I had booked had a no refund policy, so I had to leave :). I will return here one day :). ...
... our bags properly so we are ready to leave early in the morning.
Alarm set for 5am!
Remember this is a holiday!
We are heading by train to Ljubljana in Slovakia on our way down to Croatia.
Fruit juice anyone? - Each green barrel had a different juice apple, carrot, Beetroot, green grass etc.
Sausage anyone - One of the chillers at one of the food market stalls. How they sorted through them to find xyz or the abc sausage is hard to imagine.
... town. A local brewery !! . In we go.... Inside there were copper fermenting vats... The fabulous smell of hops brewing welcomed us. It was a perfect beer tavern. Huge beer drinking glasses. Big wooden tables n benches and good old Czech food. Heaven. Six different beers for Simon to sample- he managed four. Scores so far .... 7....7.5.....7....8.25. The latter 9% alcohol. Few hours ...
... interesting if a little weird to look at skeletons that had been tortured and most likely buried alive as part of their punishment or for the Kings and Queens own benefit as a sacrifice.
From here we walked back down the hill to the John Lennon wall, the wall was once located on another nations embassy wall which is why it was allowed to stay the wall represents love, peace and down with communism. As we walked towards the wall we searched high and low for a text, paint or ...