Leaving Copenhagen at 8:00 was brutal and the hour plus of deadlocked traffic resulted in us screaming into the ferry check-in 2 minutes before the cutoff time. A two hour ferry ride and 107€ later we were driving through Germany, goodbye for now, Scandinavia! We have three BlaBlaCar passengers along for the ride, one of them heading to a festival in Germany, who we drop off in a forest of trees underneath a sky of wind turbines, she is going to have a great week! We continue on to Prague with the couple who is spending their week in the city. Getting through Germany and into Prague takes so much longer than anticipated with another random hour of being stopped off of the highway and stopped behind a tunnel for another accident, not to mention driving in the Czech Republic proves to be quite difficult, the street names have so many letters and all of them sound similar, and every sign seems to contain between 6-12 different destinations listed, so by the time you have scanned half of the list for the city you seek, the sign is but a twinkle in the rearview mirror. Exhausted we arrived to Prague at 11:30, after 16 hours of traveling we collapse shortly after meeting our CS host, Radim. We crash out and do not attempt to open our eyes until Radim sends us down a large pot of strong black tea. We drag ourselves out with the caffeine and spend the entire day wandering the streets of Prague, and of course sampling as many Czech beers as we can manage. The city is fantastic with really beautiful architecture, and for being one of the most visited cities in Europe the tourists are not too out of control (except on the Charles Gate bridge, which is less than impressive to me anyways, a bridge is just a bridge after all).