Prague

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Had to get up at 4:15 this morning to drive to Gatwick, what a shitter! Got to the airport and the queue for checkin was ridiculous, i hate queuing. I amused myself by asking Stace what was heavier, a ton of feathers or a ton of coal. She said a ton of coal was and i obviously called her thick and laughed at her…….. The funniest part of it was that even when i told her why she was being so dumb she still didn’t get it, She blames it on baby brain!

The flight was relatively painless and we even got emergency exit seats so i had plenty of leg room which was nice. Tried to have a bit of a snooze but was only drifting, opened my eyes and i saw Stacey giving one of my chocolate Eclairs to the Indian lady next to her………. Not happy at all!

When we arrived in Prague there was a man waiting with a sign with Anthony Fincher on it, I felt like i was a bit of a movie star so i put my sunglasses on and looked like i was rushing! The driver was from LA and a bit OTT like most Americans I’ve ever met. Our flight was a little late getting in so the American had to make a call to get someone else to pick up his next punter. He rang a chap named George and told him the name of his next customer…………. Mr Boner………… Buhahahahahahahahahahaha, i couldn’t help thinking if it was a wind up or not though just to get someone to stand at Prague airport with a sign saying Mr Boner, That i would love to have seen!

Settled in to our hotel and unpacked our stuff then went for a walk to get our bearings and of course take some pics on the D-SLR.

Old Town Square

A Cheeky Red Squirrel
View From The Steps

Bridges Over The River

Some Eastern European Band

Prague is a really lovely place and the weather was surprisingly warm. We had a bit more of a wander and ended up in a pub that was over 400 years old for a beer and some food, Stace had Stroganoff and i naturally had steak and the whole lot was under a tenner…….. Now that you cannot complain about!!

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