It’s been a while since my last post. My apologies.
1. If you follow the news, there were some flooding issues around Europe a few weeks ago. Many areas were barricaded and flooded. Prague wasn’t damaged too much but it certainly set frustrations into high gear as public transport was massively disrupted/cancelled. That brings up an interesting point regarding dependence upon another entity to get you from A to B. Millions of tourists and commuters use the city transportation system and when large chunks of metro lines, trams, and buses are closed, it causes a lot of stress. Nevertheless, those are minor issues in comparison with those who lost their homes.
2. The Music Man from next door has cooled down his jam sessions. I’m thankful for this recent event. However, I feel I’m cursing myself by even commenting about it. Perhaps you should expect a future post regarding this topic.
3. The reason for the title of this post…. In a previous post I commented about guidebooks being incorrect with the assumption of ‘beer until you say stop’. Lokal, the restaurant from before, actually DOES use this system. That is the first and only pub I’ve seen in town that observes this practice. It’s by no means a complaint, just an observation and correction to a previous post. Either way, if you ever make your way to Prague, I would suggest a stop in Lokal on Dlouha. I hate to use a cliche but the beer is to die for.
4. I won’t wait so long until my next post. Stay tuned.