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Praha 2011 – 3/3
This is the last blog post about the trip to Prague.
I will continue with the second day. Well, as we got out of the center we were heading in the direction of the viewpoint again to quench our thirst with some cold beer. In the late afternoon we finally went to a restaurant to eat the Czech’s traditional dumplings, houskové knedlíky. My friend ordered some with bacon inside, I took the original knedlíky and regretted my choice shortly after testing them. His were far more delicious than mine! I just haven’t understood what the waiter said about the dish. Anyway it was very good. After getting sated we went to my favourite place again, the viewpoint.
The next and last day in Prague was awesome! I saw not only Zámek Troja, the Troja Castle with its great garden around, but also the huge park Královská Obora, where you could walk for hours, and a stud with many horses. As I saw a girl with her beautiful dark brown horse on a leash I just deliberated for a moment on how to ask for a picture and approached them. I asked in English if I could take some photographs of the animal, but after many long seconds of silence she admitted that she hasn’t understood a word of what I was saying. Because she neither understood German I tried a mix of Russian and Polish and hoped that she knew what I meant. After nodding her head I shot some photos, said goodbye to her and made a little beer break. I was very proud of me that I dared to ask that girl. That time I wasn’t accustomed to ask strangers for photos yet. Now I’m better at it. I think. By the way the beer in Prague was as strong as water, so we all have drunk a large amount of it all that time. Perfect drink for such hot days!
The evening we spent at the place with the view at the whole Prague again. At that time there was an open air concert or festival some steps away from where we sat, so we could also enjoy some music. That was the last evening in Prague, so I enjoyed all of this the most! Some day I will go there again! I already can’t wait for it!