In the midst of that bun is a hot dog, this was at a fast food place at the Prague Train station - something about the excess of all that cheese on white bread with a hot dog buried deep inside fascinated, repulsed and well, appealed to me....but I opted for coffee instead.
As old as the outside of the train station looks the downstairs has been totally redone and is very modern. Here is a poster I saw when I arrived
Those stuff soviet days are over!
Beware taxis at the station! It's best to go out of the station walk down through the little park and try and get a taxi on the street - knowing that a cab should cost around 100-150 to take you anywhere in town.
The train I got on to go back to Berlin originated in Wien (Vienna) and was a totally different experience from the German train I took there. The first class compartment was all rooms with big fancy leather chairs and plugs for your laptop (no wifi tho - the phone reception on this route was very dodgy).
The kitchen on the tain was huge and everything was cooked to order. I had a chicken salad, batter fried tenders of chicken on a bed of crunchy fresh greens: delicious.
And of course how could I not finish the meal off with some Apple Strudel with unsweetened mit schlag?