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For quirky pictures, go to Prague. These
boarskins were stacked up on a stall in a
back-street market near the Old Town Sq.,
and I presume them to be boars skins,
not, I hope, wolf. I thought it made for a
rather striking shot, but I'd rather the
boars had lived and deprived me of it. The
central European diet is heavily dependant
on meat and dumplings and the like,
hence, presumably, where the rest of the
boars went. But the puddings, if you have a sweet tooth, are to die for. I don't mean
the twee cakes you get in Viennese coffee shops, but an unhealthy plate of kirschtorte
laden with cream, or the Czech equivalent of plum duff or meringue, or both. Swilled
down with a 400yr old dark Pilszner beer or two and you know you've been a naughty
boy, but you'll be back for more if you've stroked that icon on the Charles Bridge...
For quirky pictures, go to Prague. These boarskins were stacked up on a stall in a
back-street market near the Old Town Sq., and I presume them to be boars skins, not,
I hope, wolf. I thought it made for a rather striking shot, but I'd rather the boars had
lived and deprived me of it. The central European diet is heavily dependant on meat
and dumplings and the like, hence, presumably, where the rest of the boars went. But
the puddings, if you have a sweet tooth, are to die for. I don't mean the twee cakes
you get in Viennese coffee shops, but an unhealthy plate of kirschtorte laden with
cream, or the Czech equivalent of plum duff or meringue, or both. Swilled down with
a 400yr old dark Pilszner beer or two and you know you've been a naughty boy, but
you'll be back for more if you've stroked that icon on the Charles Bridge...
For quirky pictures, go to Prague. These
boarskins were stacked up on a stall in a
back-street market near the Old Town Sq.,
and I presume them to be boars skins,
not, I hope, wolf. I thought it made for a
rather striking shot, but I'd rather the
boars had lived and deprived me of it. The
central European diet is heavily dependant
on meat and dumplings and the like,
hence, presumably, where the rest of the
boars went. But the puddings, if you have a sweet tooth, are to die for. I don't mean
the twee cakes you get in Viennese coffee shops, but an unhealthy plate of kirschtorte
laden with cream, or the Czech equivalent of plum duff or meringue, or both. Swilled
down with a 400yr old dark Pilszner beer or two and you know you've been a naughty
boy, but you'll be back for more if you've stroked that icon on the Charles Bridge...

Boarskins, Prague

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For quirky pictures, go to Prague. These boarskins were stacked up on a stall in a back-street market near the Old Town Sq., and I presume them to be boars skins, not, I hope, wolf.  I thought it made for a rather striking shot, but I'd rather the boars had lived and deprived me of it. The central European diet is heavily dependant on meat and dumplings and the like, hence, presumably, where the rest of the boars went. But the puddings, if you have a sweet tooth, are to die for. I don't mean the twee cakes you get in Viennese coffee shops, but an unhealthy plate of kirschtorte laden with cream, or the Czech equivalent of plum duff or meringue, or both.  Swilled down with a 400yr old dark Pilszner beer or two and you know you've been a naughty boy, but you'll be back for more if you've stroked that icon on the Charles Bridge... 
Both the gold edge and the walnut of this frame match colours from the image.

Both the gold edge and the walnut of this frame match colours from the image.

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