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Today we arrived in the Golden City, otherwise known as Prague, which has brought both of us the thrill of visiting another city we had not yet visited. But first, a bit of back story:
This morning we arrived in Frankfurt after our wonderful flight in Lufthansa business class. Despite the fact we both work for Qantas, we both agreed that …
... without saying but Kutna Hora is one of a kind. I couldn't believe the bones were real human bones and it is all so nicely kept. However, the thought of standing in a room with 40,000 skeletons did give me the creeps a little bit but it is a place like no other.
As I stated Prague was my favorite trip in Europe. One reason being I enjoy learning about WWII and there was a lot of history in Prague. Also, although it is small there is so much ...
... stained glass art there were a number of murals celebrating the history of the area and its inhabitants.Feeling nearly frozen we moved on to a look over the city and also took the opportunity to warm ourselves up with a deliciously hot wine from a local vendor. If only we were more responsible with our drinking culture we could enjoy these around the cold streets of Wellington or Melbourne in winter. After a stroll through the town we arrived at a restaurant where ...
... up and trying to stay awake for another hour. The highlight of the day was a window seat I had on the train from Munich to Prague. With around five stops in Germany, and another five in Czech, I saw some of the most picturesque towns along the way. I wanted to jump off the train and take some unbelievable photos. It makes me want to rent a car and venture through these lands. Attached are some 'ride-by' photos I took. About ...
... back a few centuries into a quaint, friendly city. You can't help but be happy while in Prague. That night, we happened to meet three girls from Indiana- we bonded over the fact that we all knew how to play euchre, a game we have missed SO much. We went out that night into Old Town. First we went to a Jazz Bar with some good music and cool atmosphere. Later we moseyed over to Chapeau Rouge, a really cool 3 story place with weird dance music ...