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Monday, 19 May 2014



Pretty sure I'm off but what the heck. Germany?


Close but no cigar Billy!


Close but no cigar Billy!

C F McDonn





Suggest you try Bratislava if you can get there...cheaper as well. Prost!


wherever, eat up & drink up :)




Hi C F - Sorry to say no....

Hi PedMa - no Slovakia this time around for us.

Thanks Kat!

Sorry Billy, not quite.

Christina C

I love Prague!!! Get a pork knuckle while you are there. Oh and the beer, cheaper than water and so good. I there was one branded beer, started with a K (Kosanvich?), it was awesome, but then again, the Budvar is amazing.

We ate a sausage everyday. My favorite sausages of all countries, a little dark bread and mustard. Yum!!! Have fun.



Wandering Chopsticks

Have a beer and beer ice cream at the monastery by the castle. Also, the Vietnamese restaurant across the street, Maly Buddha, is pretty good. I recommend the crab egg rolls. It's made with fried rice paper.

And if you have time, I highly recommend visiting Cesky Krumlov. Loved the town.


Hi Christina - We really enjoy the sausages here....and the beer is decent and very cheap!

Not quite Steve, but close.

We had thought about heading to Sapa Marketplace but ran out of time WC. It had been pretty cold....low 40's, so ice cream was out of the picture. Thanks for the recs tho'


Your pictures make my heart ache for that wonderful city! I hope I can return to Prague someday soon and I am glad you had such a great experience there :)


Hi LodroPetso - It is indeed a wonderful city. I hope you are able to return soon as well!

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