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Day 4 Prague


Day Four - Prague

Another good sleep for me which is great. We have another long drive ahead with Ladiva who is purring as we motor on, im sure she's just as excited about getting out of the UK.

Our demanding neighbours waved us off probably releaved we were going so they have the camp to themselves.

The journey was mainly motorways. Getting into Prague we had a campsite right near the city centre! It had a teepee in it and the bar man was from Newton Abbot of all places. We all set off at 6 to go into the city by the tram. We had a lovely meal but were ripped off by the waiter who charged each of us 2 euro for one basket of bread which we shared. The most expensive loaf ever equating to 10 euros for it. Plus 2 euro each for service.

Charles bridge was beautiful with the lit castle in the background. It was really busy and Holly had a near miss experience with two local guys that cornered her. I don't think they knew what a risk they were taking....she would have knocked them both out ha ha.

Prague is a beautiful city with gothic buildings and continental cafes. A very busy city and still cheap.

Posted by Vicky Bailey 07:37 Archived in Czech Republic Tagged prague gothic camping

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