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Today is our last day in Prague. We were booked in for our Prague Viewpoints segway tour at 10am. We got up at 8 and went downstairs for breakfast. Once we were finished we grabbed our scarves and things and headed to the Segway meeting point. I was nervous. Alex was bursting out of her skin with excitement, Adam was just calmly looking forward to …
... by www.tasteofprague.com which Rachel uses as her bible. She met the writer of the blog in a cafe just after first arriving in Prague.
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It was amazing a degustation menu. We chose the smaller 6 course rather than the 10 course. The menu (see photo ) lists each courses ingredients but until it appears at the table you have no idea of how it will be presented / prepared. The ...
... up with the group. It soon became clear we weren't likely to meet up with the so me and Nickolina decided to go off and explore Prague on our own. We crossed the river and headed towards the castle, meandering through the streets having brunch and catching up on everything we had missed in the last 4 years.
We eventually came to the Strahov monastery, a monastery founded in the 1100 and rebuilt after the 30 years war. The monastery's library was amazing, although you ...
... chat, catching up on the life she had lived on the other side of the world from us for the past few months. I was so proud of who she had become and how she had adapted to a world of very little English and where everything was so very different to her life in Australia. I contemplated how I would have coped at 18 being transported to the other side of the world, and marvelled anew at the sophisticated young woman she had ...
... look at the Charles Bridge, an old and very famous bridge in Prague. There was a piano on the side of the street that anyone could come and play as part of an art project by one of the local businessmen. I thought it was a really good idea so I also took a turn banging out a tune.
As we neared the Charles Bridge the crowds started growing more and more. On the bridge it was wall to wall people with everyone trying to take advantage of the Saturday afternoon ...