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... well as a cathedral, some museums, and other buildings. That early in the morning, it was very empty and I had the place mostly to myself and the occasional other tourist. Despite there being nobody there, they still do the whole hourly changing of the guards ceremony thing. I basically got my own, personal guard changing ceremony. It was pretty cool.
Even with nothign open, it still took me hours to walk around the grounds and see what there was ...
... of the guard but don't see much of it due to the crush of people, at least four or five deep, around the site. I believe that a bevy of tour buses had disgorged their contents into the area. The only people we could see clearly were the trumpeters and drummers who appeared in the first floor windows of the surrounding buildings to fanfare the guard. After the guard we went into the castle and despite the crowds on ...
... of the main tourist sites in Prague.
It was so busy we would hate to be here in the heart of Summer. You couldn't see the bridge for the people!
It was nearly 4pm and we had been walking around for 7 hours. It was time to get back to the apartment and put our feet up. Poor Sophie was fading away.
It was such a great day and we need to recharge the batteries in preparation for tomorrow's tour of the ...
... will cost you; 250CZK for a short trip or 350CZK for a long trip. We picked the short, and it was enough, especially on another 35C day. It cost me 50CZK for a photography license. Doubtful the hoardes of tour groups had these. Our ticket got us into St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, St. George's Basilica and Golden Lane with Daliborka Tower. The Cathedral was spectacular with vivid stained glass windows and beautiful Gothic architecture. The Basilica was a ...
... came up to enter the information and it was only in Czech. Not exactly user friendly. And my Czech mostly consists of curse words taught to me by a Czech racing friend. Thus, we are traveling with the Austrians to Prague.
I read from several sources that there are no high speed trains in the Czech republic, so I did not look for one. After we were already booked, and already in Europe, I read that there were high speed trains on the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed