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... for an hour. So we decide to sit down and get some food. We set and chill and then end up having to rush for our train which leaves at 1.39pm. We get on and find people in our seats (we are glad we reserve!) so kick them out and sit back. We are sitting opposite each other so we don't know how we will watch a movie together so we just sit quietly for a while hoping people will get off soon.. We end up unable to watch a movie but it doesn't matter too much as it's not long before we arrive in ...
... river until we reached Charles Bridge. It was quite busy crossing Charles Bridge, with buskers, markets and lots of tourists in every direction. On the other side of the bridge we managed to find the John Lennon graffiti wall, which is free for the public to graffiti at any time and we saw a girl putting her artistic talents to work. There were Beatles lyrics printed on the wall, amongst other random bits and pieces. As it was graffiti, the art is ...
Early wake up anxious to hear how Brett went in the marathon! Breakfast then 730 taxi to station Berlin bahnhoff. No traffic, easy trip €10 and we are at the station. It is a massive modern multi level station. With underground, over grounds, internationals. It reminds me of some futuristic movie. Find info , find lift, find platform. Tick. Await train to come on departure board before we are really sure we are in the right spot. Tick. Carriage number and ...
... out to see the famous baths but sadly didn’t go in - as it was winter, swimming hadn’t exactly crossed our minds when packing our bags! We then came across a very gothic castle which was very close to a gigantic ice rink, the biggest we have seen! Finally to Heroes Square which was a gorgeous statue area of chiefs who formed Hungary, created in the 1900’s (the square not the country). Budapest was lovely but very quiet, ...
... first can take an elevator, and then the majority of the walking after that is along a slope, not stairs) to the top of the astrological tower is worth the view you get. So is simply walking around the old city. I was particularly fond of the marionette shops and am a little sorry I didn't pick one up.
Our second day in Prague was spent at the hrad, with the cathedral and palace/castle. However, the rain made this something of an uneventful day. The cathedral is ...
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