Pol couldn’t wait to use the hunters cottage hotel’s sauna facilities….first thing in the morning. …after a hotel breakky and power outage (the power went out just as we were finishing breakfast in the restaurant and didn't come back on) we are on our way to Prague. This hotel was the best place we’ve stayed in so far On the open road… …not long before we’re in the Czech Republic – no border crossing guards present ! …fellow travellers …we needed that exit…due to roadworks…that was impossible!! ...So we were about to take the next exit...sometimes it takes the GPS a long time to reroute and this was one of the times. Pol stopped the bike near the exit away from traffic and noticed water spraying out from the bike to the ground....it appeared the coolant was coming out!!!!!! We did push the poor thing at 150km/h...we were a little concerned...the coolant was above the max line and it did look like there was a special pressure release mechanism at play but...we were still worried... Praha – Prague!!! Fuel stop!! This is also where the fellow travellers stopped... We were worried about our coolant situation so we tried to ask a guy with a 1200...but he didn't speak English...turns out they are Italian..so he asked his friend to come over and see what we wanted... So this man (the man smiling with paper in his hands) - in broken English - explained to us that to coolant was above the max line and may have been overfilled so he helped us drain a little off and said things should be ok now! On our way again.... We had a following! and then they were gone!! Fuel stop...Pol eating stop...and accommodation searching time! Found somewhere to stay....then back on the road... nearly there... There! Our room is directly opposite the lift! - how convenient! Dinner time! We ventured out in search for somewhere to eat... check out the swans surfing Found somewhere! There were no ATMs around where we were... so we had to choose a place based on whether or not they took cards. The place we wanted to eat at didn't! We found this little French restaurant. The next day... We woke up about 9am... Pol looked for a tour to join and she found a Segway tour and phoned them at 9.20am. Their tour started at 10am. So we had 40 mins to get ready, eat, and find our way to the Segway office (which Pol didn't know where it was!!!). Ros got slightly flustered in this situation... Anyway... We quickly washed some blueberries, jumped on the bike, and got there with 10 minutes to spare. It turned out we were the only 2 in the group! Score! Practice run for the tour ahead…we have never been on a Segway before…and it feels weird and awkward!! After some time we got more comfortable on the segways. Perhaps a little too confident at times! The tour guide took us to this amazing old brewery, it makes the purest and freshest beer in Prague (no beer is more than a month old and there are no preservatives). She bought us each one to try, it was so tasty! Pol is a little tipsy after a pint of beer and no breakfast! Prague’s copy of the Eiffel Tower – which is taller than the Eiffel Tower – because it’s higher above sea level on a hill! When you get too much speed to Segway slightly tilts upwards, this happened to Ros and she thought she was going to fall off and panicked. Pol was looking at her wondering what she was doing and thinking she was mucking around (the thing is the tilt feels more than it actually is and looks), then Ros crashed into Pol and Pol finally realised Ros needed help. Once she slowed down the Segway levelled out again! Phew! This statue resembles the effects of communism – you’ll notice that there are 7 statues and the last (the furthest back) is only a foot. And now…we’re heading right into the heart of things… A lot of people were looking at the segways This is the UNESCO protected John Lennon memorial wall. This is the Venice part of Prague Charles Bridge - this bridge was designed to last 1000 years, it's currently 700 years old! It's gaps are filled with empty wine bottles (no one knows how it's still standing!!). This tiny laneway has traffic lights (as it is only 1 person wide). So you need to wait to get the green man before you go! This was done by a well known Czech artist (the left man represents Germany and the right Russia - both peeing in Czech). If you text a number they pee out your name letters! Lots of traffic! The end of the Tour! 3 hours went very quickly! Our tour guide Natali was awesome, we learnt heaps! Now..to find food!! Then another walk around town… How is this guy doing this?!? Absinth Shop!!! They even sell absinth with Marijuana in it!! Then it started raining!!! Some café seating outside went flying onto the street!! Complete change in weather in an instant! …the thing is…we parked the motorbike near the Segway touring place and now we need to get back to our hotel….we only have summer clothes on and are getting rather wet… …and traffic!! …and pebble roads!! …and road works! ...and tram lines! The weather is not looking good… Cold…wet and in need of a shower later..we’re back! And notice another bike… A little rest..and we’re back out into the rain to find a traditional restaurant… Beer tasting! This included cherry, banana and nettle beer! A good traditional hearty meal!