We had a day off in Budapest, which has many charms, including the Central Market, if you're wanting to stock up on paprika.Then a l0am departure today by bus for Prague. Were it not for the fact that Tour Manager Brian lives to get 26 bags into a hold made for 15 or so, we might not have gotten all of us and our stuff on today's bus. We did, the trip was an uneventful 7 hours, as opposed to the l0 predicted, with the obligatory lunch stop on the highway. Tonight - a rare event - a 3 course sit down dinner with tablecloths and nouvelle cuisine, Prague style, at a restaurant called Bellevue because it offers a fantastic view of some of Prague's monuments across the river. Dinner was offered us by our friend and Prague presenter, Bedrich Plechac. The temperatures are dropping as we move towards Russia, but that won't stop us from some sightseeing before tomorrow's concert at another historic and legendary concert hall, the Rudolfinum.