Let’s continue a photo story about our travel to France with all Zephyr cafe-roadster project parts. Our next point of destination after Krakow (Poland) was Prague (Czech Republic). Five hundred kilometers is not a big distance for the one day drive.
But we had late start from Krakow and our GPS navigator played a bad joke with us so we exceeded our expectation of travel time limits. In addition near the Brno we trapped in traffic plague which was caused by car accident somewhere forward. The Czech language is much less understandable for Ukrainian ear than Polish (In fact Pole and Ukrainian in matter of simple communication understand each other without any translator) so I barely understood what one word of few said by newscaster on the local radio wave, but was obvious that several cars was involved in crash and police blocked the road. We stuck for some couple of hours but then we found the way around the jam and continued our way to Prague.
Not far from the city the one friend of mine patiently waited for our late crew. When we met he gave each of us (except driver of course) the bottle of beer and guided us on his motorcycle, so we spent the last and short section of the travel in much better mood than could be expected after such a good lot of unexpected troubles (except driver I suppose:-) ).
The evening in good company flew fast but was pleasant and relaxing. The next day we decided to spend in Prague. That would be a sin if we decided to fly from such a famous and historical city in a hurry. Even the day is too small measure of time for the Prague but that was all time we could share because of the goal we had to achieve. The next day was an ordinary working day so the friend of mine which was also our hospitable host had to work in office thus we were left for themselves until afternoon. And of course we started our day with walk through the historical center of the Prague.
This photos below is the first part of all I shot that day.