Hey guys, sorry I'm late in reporting. We loved Prague. It is a magnificent city with so much to see and do. The Operas were great and it was amazing sitting in the orchestra section of the Estates Theater where Don Giovani was first performed after it was written by Mozart. Wow.
The weather was quite cool, hovering around freezing but the skies were mostly clear and there was almost no snow. Our hotel was A.O.K. and our flights went almost as planned after we fixed the glitch of an unannouced cancelled flight on Lufthanza. Luckily they were able to get us back to PDX only a few hours later (via Denver) than our scheduled non-stop from Frankfurt.
The food,wine and especially the beer were great. Our 20th. anniversary dinner was outstanding. Neither of us have ever been wined and dined so well before. O.M.G.The churches and architecture were all amazing.We loved walking over the historic St. Charles Bridge and touring the Jewish quarter.
We shopped for crystal and schlepped home a lot of chachkes, artwork, etc.
We have lots of memories and are so glad that we took this land cruise. It's too bad you just can't cruise to Prague because it should be on everyone's hopeful list.