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... lower price than beer. Despite the fact that we could get ridiculously cheap traditional Czech food next door to our apartment, we couldn't resist the idea of trying out the Prague Hooters. I can't say that I'm proud we did that, but I guess you could call it a moment of weakness. We did feel pretty much at home with the blond joke stickers on the wall and chicken quesadillas on the menu. Czech women ...
... times. There were Easter markets in Old Town Square so we checked them out for a few hours and continued to explore the city then back for some pre drinks and a rest at the hostel.
We also booked a Segway tour! Prague being a hilly city with lots that we wanted to see it was the best way of doing it. We have always wanted to do one but they are so expensive being around ...
... be a **** take off of Berlin's East side gallery but which was actually quite fabulous. A wall graffitied almost entirely with lines from Beatles songs and sometimes their faces too. Anybody can add a lyric that means something to them and lots of people have. Unfortunately we didn't have a pen handy to make our mark but we spent ages wandering down the wall and reading everyone's contributions. And the camera got a workout too. Got back to the doomed dorm to ...
"Why are you going to Prague?" Asks our hitchhike host yesterday. "It's full of tourists." He wasn't wrong. We've woken early to take in the city for the first time and wander through it's beautiful streets. I'm sporting my camera, but literally have no opportunity to take a unique shot without it being raped by the sheer amount of cretins dawdling along. Now I understand that I might be one of these cretins, but I loath the ...
... looks so grand.
After spending the morning in Old Town, I headed off to the nearby old Jewish neighborhood of Josefov. In the 1800's this area was the Jewish Ghetto, but at the end of the century it was cleared to make way for a grand avenue filled with fancy Art Neauvou buildings, leaving only the Synagogues and the cemetery in place. The cemetery had long been too small for the population of Prague, so the bodies are actually buried 12 deed in ...
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