Well, after a non-sleeping bus ride, we took up the offer for breakfast then, we crashed for 6 hours. Upon awaking, we walked into town along the board walk. Then...all of a sudden... we saw it! It was like a neon angel, burning brightly through the haze of a catalytic convertor free country. "Hard Rock Cafe":http://www.hardrockcafe.com/locations/cafes/Cafes.aspx?Lc=SHAR.
Why is this so important? Two words. Burgers & Shakes. Seems trivial to you, but in the Czech Republic, neither exists in a good form. Sure, McDonald's is around in Prague, but can you call that a good burger. And, milkshakes in Europe tend to take on the form of, I kid you not, milk that has been 'shaked' (with a little flavoring). So, we hopped inside, got seated and treated ourselves to big burgers and thick creamy milkshakes (I had a regular hamburger with a strawberry shake).
'And the Lord saw that it was good.'
The remainder of the evening was spent roaming the boardwalk on the beach and looking in at the various resorts with their musical acts and fancy buffets going on.