Let’s return to interrupted story about travel through Europe we had in the year 2015.
So we went to the park behind the palace. As it situated on the hill side we had a nice panoramic view of the Prague.
There were only a few high buildings far away, so nothing prevented us enjoying the view of a sea of the roofs.
There were different sculptures here and there in the park.
Hey, man! What a hell are you doing there?!
OU! Sorry, it just seemed, you are only tearing apart the beast mouth, good man!
Then we left the park and out next goal was to find the non-tourist pub. There were few of them still left in such tourist flooded place like Prague’ centre. The Prague friend of mine knew them all but even with his knowledge we found places only in a third alehouse in a row. But a blessing in disguise, we had another good walk and I shot few more photos.
You may ask how pub for local public differs from those one for tourists? The answer is: there is no menu on English, you could barely find free place to occupy, the hall is full of Czech language and cigarette smoke and may be your barman face seems to be a face of felon. But beer there is the best so your mind is light but crisp even after good amount of it.
There was a dark outside when we left the pub. Our guide led us to the Vltava quay where local music band used to give impromptu concerts.
Then weather changed to rainy one and we were forced to retreat to our residence.
Next morning we said goodbye to our friend and Prague and headed to our next point of destination – Hoegaarden, Belgium.