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... look over Prague. Despite the misty rain, the beauty of the city was still there. It started raining quite heavily as we left to walk down the hill to the hop on hop off bus stop. We ambled down in our raincoats, carrying umbrellas, taking time to stop and look at a few more views along the way, getting quite wet. We got off at the Old Town Square. Again, I loved all the different styles of architecture. We wandered around, browsing the shops, well ...
... theme music from Hollywood Movies. It was great fun to hear a full, classically trained orchestra playing themes from THE GRADUATE, JAMES BOND THEME, STAR WARS, MISSION IMPOSSIBLE, and KILL BILL. The crowd loved it.
Prague is filled with amazing Art Nouveau buildings, majestic churches, ...
... because Danny was facing…complications. He battled a sickness for most of the night before leaving, so it seemed that all the planning, reserving, and overall work was all in vain. But lo and behold, the next morning a little tuft of hair peeked out from under the blanket fort he had made, and mumbles of "I think I can do it" slowly emerged.
Classes end every Thursday at 12:15, and we were packed by Wednesday, so by the time lunch rolled around, our backpacks ...
... watched for a while. We were informed by a barman in Copenhagen about a restaurant Prague. So walked for miles to get there and it was 8pm. It was an I the resting walk because we walked through a mall area with shops and the buildings weren't so old. The restaurant was fully booked out so the owner told us to try place around the corner. The place around the corner was a Brew house. They sold eight different styles of ...
... is also quite impressive. Almost as impressive as Cayle and my whispered rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody while we investigated the crypts. Afterwards, we wandered the pleasant grounds and hillside of the castle, then had a hearty dinner at a rundown pub.
Tuesday morning I hiked up a Vitkov Hill, near our hostel, to the statue of Jan Zizka on horseback. The statue, having a height of 9 metres and weighing almost 17 tonnes, is the biggest ...