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... over The Charles Bridge which crosses the Vltava River. It was built by Charles IV in the mid 14th c. and was the only way to cross the Vltava, between the Old Town and The Prague Castle until 1871. This connection led to making Prague an important trade route between eastern and western Europe. In the late 70's all vehicle traffic was prohibited. There are 30 statues on the bridge.
... tears, couldn't believe our eyes. He had been planning this for months, lots of people except us knew. We hadn't seen him since March, 2014, so a fantastic surprise. MJ then Skyped Kel who had been waiting up to find out about our reaction and she was bawling her head off, wishing she was here to share our family reunion. Our hotel is very charming and quaint, rooms large, nice bed which is what we missed in Barcelona, it was like sleeping on the floor, so we ...
... and professional. And then we had dessert!!! Strawberries with creamy foam and lemon sorbet. The sorbet had an herb in it that gave it a delightful tang that complemented the fruit. It was heavenly. Some more walking and then back onto the tram to our hotel. Prague is fascinating and charming. We feel it easily rivals Paris for number of tourists. The prices are reasonable too. The only disturbing thing is the number ...
... Our guide was so hilarious and knowledgeable that we decided to take another walking tour with him immediately afterwards around the castle district, despite hunger and aching feet. We hiked up to Prague Castle, which is a very misleading title. It’s more similar to a palace or large manor, but lovely nonetheless. The cathedral as well as the view of the city is particularly impressive in this area. Our guide Callum also brought us all to a 500 year old brewery led ...
... and climbed the clock tower, which had beautiful views of the city. Unfortunately it was a Saturday here, which made the city an incredibly slow and insane place to be. I think it would have been much more manageable if we'd been here on a week day. I loved Tyne church, also known as the sleeping beauty castle! So much beautiful architecture here. We then ever so slowly made our way across the river to the castle ...