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Travel Blogs from Prague
... series) is out at the National Gallery at Holosevice (a northern suburb of Prague, also noted for the long distance railway station), but we got a good introduction to his work, and it was nice to be able to buy one or two mementos at the shop.
We then went back to the hotel for a brief regroup, before David met Petr Teply for a lunch meeting with Jakub Seidler (from the Czech National Bank), while Marion went off ...
... The etched concrete and decorative adornments on buildings are a picture....sadly probably get wrecked in NZ streets. Prague is very spectacular..like Cesky but on much bigger scale and very interesting to wander. We found the hunger wall and followed that to climb up to the Petrin tower and gardens and area where they would have used for defending the Palaces in days gone by. Going down in the Funicular we wandered through a back street and found by chance the ...
... looks like it will be fine so we decided to do a
tour of the Prague Castle, on of the major tourist attractions of the Czech Republic.
Prague tram system was a bit difficult to unravel, so we opted for a taxi up
to the castle. Julie thinks we got done over by the taxi driver - he
charged us about $20 bucks for a 10 minute ride. Probably cheap by
Australian standards, but by Czech standards, we think we got taken.
... old neighborhood area and we enjoyed walking in and out of a few shops before we jumped back in another auto and headed to our dinner location. At the diner spot, there were hundreds of little street vendor stands where we dipped through to find last minute souvenirs. I found a scroll painting that had little elephants drawn with oranges and greens. I walked the vendor down with the price and walked away feeling satisfied.
After dinner it was back ...
... For dessert we had Czech nut cake. It was late by this time so Marketa, Alex, Alma and Emma had to go. It was a bit sad to say goodbye as we won't see them until we come back to Czech Republic again. I sat about with the boys while they watched a Czech kids movie then looked at hotel stuff on my phone. It got to about 9pm, we were all very exhausted so we got ready and headed to ...