We had a very easy Sunday morning with the chruch bells of Prague chiming away around us! Elaine had a bit of a headache and, after discovering that Nanny had been carted off to hospital back in Australia, we took advantage of having the internet on tap again to ring a number of people back in Aus. Being Sunday evening back there we got most of them and enjoyed our chat while catching up on Mum's condition.
Around midday, guided by the internet and the young concierge, we tracked down a purveyor of genuine Czech garnets - one has to be wary of those cheap Nigerian imitations!! - so that Elaine could buy a ring. The shop was near the "Museum of Communism" which was on our list of things to see so we went there next.
On the way to a recommended restaurant/bar for an early tea - anticipating a quiet night - we happened to wander past the National Theatre Area and discovered that there are several Opera Theatres in Prague and that there is at least one opera on every night!! The tickets are also only around $60 each for excellent seats so we bought tickets for "Don Giovanni" which started at 7.
An amble home through the quietning streets with an ice cream and a "Prague special rolled doughnut thingy", including a peck on the cheek in the full moonlight on the Charles Bridge, before home to bed!!! Paris will have to lift its game!!!