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Walking is the word of the day. We clocked 13 miles with light rain, so we could see Wenceslas Square, National Museum, Old Town Square with the astronomical clock and then the Charles Bridge. Next, we hiked up to Prague Castle, saw St. Vitus Cathedral and then found the magical Peklo restaurant which was the monastery's wine cellar from ...
... some Goulash which I regularly saw on menus as the traditional meal of the Bohemians. Maggie got potato latkes which we all know make her happy as they are potato. All fueled up again we continued our walk along the river (canal maybe?) until we reached a bridge that crossed back over the river and had an interesting "dancing" building that Maggie had read about. It was a very cool building with lots of curves and wavy lines giving ...
... my favourite city, and now I have a more definite answer: Prague! It's like a fairy tale city, at least where I'm staying. All the buildings are just breath taking, I wish I was staying longer! At least this time I had the day to rest when I first arrived yesterday - I needed it. Anyways, off to go sight seeing now :) I'll update a longer blog next time! ...
Ahh, back in Prague, I feel like this is home. After returning from a long journey, I realize how special this place is. Maybe it's because it feels familiar and I know exactly where I going, maybe it's because there are no surprises, but after 'pushing' myself through all these foreign lands, it's great to relax and end my trip where it all started. It wasn't easy getting here today either. It's hard to believe I woke up on the southern coast of Croatia ...
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After that we went for a walk thorough what is called the Lesser Town. It sits underneath the Palace. Not sure why it id called Lesser. From there we set off for the Charles Bridge.
This is the most famous bridge in Prague. It is hundreds of years old and has statues of Saints all along its length. ...