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Mrs W and I successfully completed a walk from one end of Prague's longest underground line to the other (hence 'End to End'). Why 'IKEA Parish Walk'? Well, there's one IKEA at either side of the city very close to each end of the underground, although I grudgingly gave in to my better half and didn't take us half a mile out of our way to touch the doors of each 'church' (or to sample their horsemeat-tainted products... although I suppose a bit of horse is better than the zero meat beef pies found in Iceland).
On our 'End to End' we covered 16.3 miles in 4h24m. Here's a route map:
|Yellow line is our route, light blue line is the city boundary|
The weather in the last week has been great: relatively warm with plenty of clear blue skies. It certainly wasn't difficult to get out each day. After seeing snowdrops in the park I thought Spring was definitely on the way.
|Spring is here... or is it? Snowdrops in Vitkov Park on Saturday.|
Thanks for reading and have a good week!