Royal Residence Ungelt
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... in 1991 and has a most - for me - enjoyable sense of the bizarre! The baby clown in the Old Town Sq was just warped . . .
By the end of the evening though, I knew I was getting sick / a cold . . . .too many new germs from planes, buses, people and taxis. I know most of you have traveled to somewhere outside of the country, so you know what I mean when I say the tissues and toilet paper ...
... again with Paul and Amanda for the evening. On the way down to find dinner we again walked past the protesters, now a much more sizable group. When we got to the other side of them we found a line of riot police in full gear blocking off the path we wanted to go down. Feeling a little nervous we turned around and went to go down another road. As we were walking another line formed across this road. We stopped, unsure what to do. The police then made a gap in ...
... before taking the tram back to our apartment. The whole of Prague is served by a very efficient network of trams which cost $1-20 a ride! Our dinner was at the U Kroka restaurant 30 minutes walk away. It was originally the Prague Inn built in 1895, closed down under communist rule, but reopened in the late 1990's. The duck pate, sirloin steak, duck breast and red wine were outstanding. One of our best dinners ...
... over 160L of beer, per person, per year! After the walking tour we made a bee line straight to one of the pubs Ash had said we could get one of the beauties from. We read through the menu and sure enough down the bottom of the page was four choices of pies. We made our selection and I headed to the bar to order the pie and pint combo. I promptly returned to Kitto at the table with the bad news that they had sold out and possible wouldn't have anymore until after our ...
... met me down town and took me out. We drank some wine on a really cool hill with amazing views of the city, and then went to this bar that was the most amazing thing I have ever seen. It was made out of car parts, and had like 4 stories outside, two music stages inside, and a bunch of different bars and rooms. It was amazing. I when took the last bus that ran home for the day... and there was a monster from hell waiting for ...