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Travel Blogs from Prague
... my work done, doing my groceries, making the subway and everything else but here even the normal takes an exciting adventurous turn- Taking the train from Krakow to Prague was so exciting and i ended up meeting some real cool people.
Explored the local bakery and found 'Marmeladova Kobliha" a jelly filled fluffy donut and an absolute Czeck fav.
I'm sure as my journey goes on i shall get even better acquainted with myself.
Enough Said .... talk to you from Cesky ...
Woke up to more rain. The river view from our window sees all our level measuring marks underwater. Gone are the palms in pot, the box on the wharf where ships got their power, in fact the whole wharf has disappeared. The ducks and swans zoom by, battling the fast moving water. They have not started the pumps yet. Just watched the news out of London, and the view outside our window has just been shown as the description of the flooding in Prague. We are due to have a walking tour ...
... history of the Czech Republic during the Nazi and Communist reign.
The following day, we headed back into Prague and over Charles Bridge once again. We did a short walking tour through the castle quarter, the part of Prague west of the Charles Bridge around the base of the castle. We stopped off for a quick bowl of soup at a small café – they had a fresh pumpkin soup advertised and it was delicious. We visited the Lennon wall which ...
Today was our Prague Zoo day!! We've noticed that Abby and I are two of the few people who actually want to get up and do stuff during the day, so it was just the two of us! We woke up and made breakfast with our leftover supplies from the night before--scrambled eggs and toast. A little bit better than the Choco Puffs/Freaks cereal we have at the apartment.
We had to take the metro and then a bus (our first time on a bus actually) to get there and saw ...
... and got a tram to take us back to the city. We then took the underground metro to closing to where we were staying. On the way out they were selling wintery waterproof jackets for about $40 australian. I got one which was a bit bog for me but I'm sure I'll appreciate it if it starts to snow! So if you see me in a giant jacket in photos, you know what I'm talking about. Just outside the metro station was a big department store. We did a little bit of shopping in the supermarket ...
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