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... by restaurants, shops and churches and government buildings and museums, all with a very old world European style, much as we had seen in other European cities such as Brussels, Bruges, and Venice. It is teeming with tourists and there are food stalls and street performers and horses. It has a totally different look and feel than Prague Castle, and somewhat amazing that the city would have two such picturesque and old and totally different areas. ...
... we saw them performing a number of different feats, and checking out other scary situations that you can do on one of those bikes that give normal people the willies! LOL
After enjoying another lunch out at this fort, we gradually made our way back to the Klementinum for the hour long tour, including the Mirror Chapel where we were to enjoy the 6pm concert, the Baroque Library Hall, which was phenomenal, and ...
... and the woman at the other table thanked us profusely for the show. The bartender kept the bar open probably two hours later than he would have. It was a great night. We finally got back at around 4:30 to 5 in the morning only to have to get up at 9 to pack and vacate the room. I still haven't figure out where my contacts went. They were in my eyes, and they may still be there, not sure. The beginning of my birthday was great. Happy sighs. Love, Birthday ...
After an undisturbed solid 6 hours of sleep it was time to once again take advantage of another beautiful day. At 11 am we had scheduled a free walking tour with a company called Prague Extravaganza. We meet the leader Karla at Old Town Square. The tour would provide insight into all the highlights of Old Town Square, The Jewish Quarter, and Charles Bridge. After about two hours we parted ways as she was continuing to The Lesser Quarter and Prague Castle, which ...
... at was also quite close to the train station, and the really nice owner dropped us off at the train this morning so that we didn’t have to get a train and a bus, which was greatly appreciated. This was a family run campsite, and one of the cleanest and nicest we had stayed in whilst in Europe.
Once we got into town, we started the day by finding our way to Wenceslas Square, which is a really long ...
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