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Travel Blogs from Prague
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The ham, sausage and beer teamed against the Town Square- my loyalties shifted from sight to taste and you know in a battle of Eyes Vs Tummy - Tummy wins - ALWAYS. For the 3rd time i RE-decided that tonight I will write about the food.... not the train, now the square but the FOOD.
Happy with my decision i walked towards the famed "Charles Bridge" all my Desi friends will recognize the bridge from the Bollywood movie - ...
... gallery. We visited a smaller exhibition in old town (versus the giant museum event), but I think it was the perfect amount of art, and the small gallery was not crowded and peaceful. The combination of the eerie and the traditional exemplified by these two clashing art forms truly embodies the allure of the city.
I have been back in Göttingen for two days now, but reflecting on Praha reminds me how fortunate I am to have the opportunity for so much cultural experience. My ...
... Dresden Germany, the three of us, with a few others, had to sit in the hallway of the cars (as seen in the photos), because the train was full. An attendant saw our misery and led us to the very front where a room of six seats was not being used, and we were able to sit in comfort for the rest of the journey.
After we departed the station, we found our hostel a ...
... fourteen year old in a
normal time. But of course Pavel cannot keep the ugliness out. There is
sickness all around him and there is never enough food. And there is another
hard reality. On 11 May 1944, Pavel wrote: “TRANSPORT! What an awful word.
This work means knapsacks, suitcases, and hunched Jewish figures underneath
them. Why? Just because the Germans want it…Thousands ...
... s been getting dark around 4, but we still wanted to check out the Prague castle. We did that and it was really cool. There a church inside the castle that was beautiful. I'll post some pictures of it.
On Saturday we took one of the free walking tours that was offered and it was amazing. Our tour guide was really good and was very entertaining. By taking the tour we were able to see Old Town Prague and the Jewish Quarter ...