Lost in Prague.
Being held hostage and forced to drink Pilsner Urquell!
Send help... money...
Are they cold enuf ?
How about the Ringnes, any available ?
Hope you are enjoying your trip. Just got back from my
first cruise ( to Bermuda, aboard the Celebrity Horizon
) and from all the research it seems we picked the line
with the best chow on the high seas.
Nothing like broiled kippers smothered in onions with a
dash of worstechire sauce at 7:30 AM after a night of
full blown partying. The kids are still having a hard
time understanding my culinary needs.
re: John Knoesel
I've totally gone from being a cold beer swigging
American to one that loves to linger over a warm,
malty/hoppy, fragrant beer (from Belgium, of course).
Food in Prague is meat, potatoes, gravy, bread, and
more meat. Loving the goulash & potato dumplings,
roast pork & saurkraut (red and white), Czech style
saurbrauten (in a lighter colored sauce than German)...
might try some wild game which seems plentiful in the
restaurants around Prague. Will also inquire about