Pension Milk Inn
Travel Blogs from Prague
... and a lovely finish to the evenings main events. The chefs had kindly decorated the edges of our plates with 'Happy Honeymoon'!
17 - Sweets and dessert wine. Didn't quite manage to catch the details of the dessert wine that went with this - it was a local one, very sweet and yummy. We had three little sweet treats; salted caramel, edible chocolate soil and a ginger soda jelly (almost the texture of a soft marble!).
It was a totally wonderful ...
... We made the way back to the hostel with our snacks, while we checked out wifi and then set off at 1030pm for the train station. We got there with just enough time to navigate our way to the platform, feeling rushed, knowing we won't make the mistake of getting to the station half and hour before the train departure again!! We found our scuzzy bunk room, that was made if old wood and smelt yucky and was squeaky. We made our beds and prepared for the trip from hell... And it was hell. ...
... opera and ballet performances in all the theatres around Prague and allows one to either pay online, or pay when one collects the ticket at the various ticketportal offices in Prague. I especially like the detailed seating plan showing exactly where one will be sitting and what the price for that specific seat will be.
... full of life and
thoughts about every topic under the sun.
The interview that I did with him last May was published in The American
Interest (Jan/Fed. 2012). If anyone would like a link to
the interview I would be happy to pass it along. I also managed to navigate the tram and metro
getting to and from his neighborhood.
The public transportation is excellent.
... suit drinking beer w/ another guy. Apparently, that was the president of the Czech Republic who in his free time manages to take his Audi around town and get DD'd to a beer festival. I should be president.
Anyway, it was a super chill afternoon spent mostly outside enjoying some of the finest beers we've ever had....all at comically cheap prices. ...