Before eating lunch we took a picture on the skinniest road in Prague, and also found a beautiful garden that apparently has been around for hundreds of years; we had a little miniature photo shoot in there. Eventually we chose to eat at a small restaurant that served traditional Czech food. Kristina and I wanted to try different things so I ordered potato dumplings with smoked ham and sauerkraut, and Kristina ordered goulash. I don’t really like sauerkraut but Kristina said she would eat it. When they brought out my food I was so excited and expecting these huge dumplings stuffed with delicious potatoes, but instead I was given a bowl full of tiny dumplings, with cubes of ham, and sauerkraut mixed together. It’s not that it tasted bad, I was just expecting something much different and as a result felt disappointed. The waitress brought out the same dish for Alysha, and a yummy plate of goulash for Kristina. I was so upset, but grateful we were sharing.
After eating we went back to another restaurant that makes crepes. We had literally just finished eating when we walked into another place, sat down, and began looking at the menus; I can’t say I've ever done that before! I ordered a raspberry crepe with whipped cream and vanilla ice cream. It was the most delicious and largest crepe I have ever tasted. I was so extremely full after eating all of that, but the crepe definitely made up for any disappointment I was feeling about my dumplings.
On our way back to the church from the main square, we starting getting lost, but finally began seeing familiar stores. It was so relaxing to sit down and listen to such rejuvenating music. I think I feel asleep a couple of times. It has always been chard for me to stay awake during a performance like that, because the music is just so relaxing. After the concert, we stopped at a small shack that sold round, hallow, cinnamon bread; it was delicious!