Jetlagged but wanting to stay up until dark to reset our internal clocks, we boarded the subway from the Alpin Hotel into the old town section of Prague.
Staromesjske Nameste (Old Town Square)
Vltava River view from the Charles Bridge
Another shot of the wing sitting in the mold
Fuselage 31/U15 has the initial lamination done, next step are bulkheads, fittings, and the joining of the two halves.
31/U15 inside the fuselage mold. Martin, Dennis, and I would have a meal, a meeting, and then go to one or the other of the shops to look as specific items about the planes and have more discussions. Then off to another café, and more meetings with an internet connection available. We spent a week with this routine, and Martin was very gracious and never acted like he couldn't wait until we left!
Dennis, Nikola, Suzanna, and I had a nice hour flight, landing at dusk, and then out to dinner. So ended our great trip. Dennis and I caught our flight home the next day.
Not to be outdone, the Swiss Gryphon pilot moves in for a look too!
Well, that upped the ante, and it was the German's "kill", so he moved back in Real Close! just so everyone knew who's boss!
(It all ended well).