Travel Blogs from Prague
Every now and then you get those nights when everything goes well. Just everything. each tanda you have is a total bliss.
On Friday I had my private class where we focused on "adornos"(niceties) because I felt that I am not "painting"that much when I could to the rhythm of the music. I realised that I do not want to be passive but I want to actively participate in a dance. Realising it is not as easy as it seems I have another chapter I ...
... interesting but probably not what the normal tourist in Prague would do. Having seen the hordes of people hanging round the tourist spots, I'm glad we did the tour. Oddly enough, if you moved a couple of streets away, the crowds completely disappeared.
After all that we had a quiet night, apart from my trek to the supermarket. They had fantastic dairy products so I bought quite a lot of those. Now we just have to eat them.
... then googled it for me. I didn't get your text about it Amy, but got your reply when I immediately spent a $1 of the SKI money to check up on you.
... up to the castle. We enjoyed a Czech cinnamon twist and views of the city before laying down to rest in the Castle Gardens. Back, then to Old Town for a last wander to the square to say goodbye to Prague.
By the time we picked up our packs from the hotel it was 7pm. We hiked to the metro, and spent our last CZK on dinner before awaiting our train to Poland. Lets hope it goes smoothly, as were already pretty tired from hiking with our ...
... also the only place where a woman could go for a drink without being accompanied by a male. Black leather seating, mirrors and glass and a very ornate ceiling. The Municipal Hall was designed to be the total "night out". Concert Hall, three restaurants and a bar all in the one art deco building.
After our late lunch, another walk, tram ride back up the hill to our hotel, bread and cheese and an early night.
Cheers from Prague
Jeff and Wendy