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... it. 1400's I think. Today it is a pedestrian only bridge, leading to the medieval town below the castle. St Vitas cathedral in the castle complex looks similar to Notre Dame with flying buttresses and gargoyles. It's stained glass windows are striking.
However, at this stage we are a bit over old towns and churches. So a brawl a block away from the hotel formed an entertaining distraction. Again we have noticed a number of mentally ill ...
... the veggie empanadas. I look forward to reuniting with my friend Nicholas whom I met 4 years ago in Rio de Janeiro. I look forward to walking in the streets of Buenos Aires and just BE.
I have worked hard for this. I have been saving money, often going through a week with a little money in my pocket, with just about to pay for my tango classes and cigarettes. I am not justifying myself or pitying myself. On a contrary. I am celebrating ...
... I tend to agree, but the people watching is grand. It is like an "all you can eat buffet" for pickpockets so keep your valuables somewhere safe. Old town square is also the place to see all sorts of entertainers. In our short time there we saw the requisite paint yourself silver and stand real still until someone comes along guy, a band of leather clad barbarian looking dudes, zoot suit and fedora wearing jazz musicians, some ...
... for the next week and rest before dinner. We booked another Prague hotel, overnight train to Dackow in Poland, accommodation there and a tour to Auschwitz Extermination Camp.
Dinner was delicious local food and beer nearby. A pint is $2AUD here. The whole meal cost us $25-30 for us both with a couple drinks. Tomorrow, who knows what we will do. Prague is not a demanding place for monuments, but beautiful and captivating to explore. We will ...
... near a huge, sprawling roundabout from the Communist times. I check out the market, take a few pics, and board the subway to meet the crew for lunch in old town.
Old town hasn't been a favorite of mine. It is VERY crowded, sometimes shoulder to shoulder. It's very touristy, and very noisy....and not a type of noise I deal well with due to my hearing. Yes, there are historically significant things there.....but I didn't like it much. Wenceslas square wasn't as ...
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