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Travel Blogs from Prague
... I just loved it!!! Prague has got to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world! However, I still have a slight love/hate relationship with the city. It is gorgeous, it is affordable, It is very touristy. Prague was by far the most crowded city I've ever been in! It was like being on la Ramblas from Barcelona, but like everywhere, not just one street! I also hated how there was the picture perfect tourist sights, so a ...
... It was a haunting experience to be in a former concentration camp, but something I have always wanted to see. I'm glad I got the chance to tour one.
That night, Emma and I continued to be old ladies and stayed in while Matt and our new friend went out for the evening. Matt and I had to get up early the next day to catch a bus, so I decided I should be responsible and get a good night's sleep so one of us could wake the other up the next ...
... against Canada,Czech Republic won 5-3 and now we are eating ovocne knedliky which,by the way,is delicious!Dear Diary, 7:00 Rijen 11,2013Well we also saw an ice hockey match against Russia.We lost(groan)13-9,but hey you can’t win every time.Now it’s supper time,we’re eating at Zabijacka Suteren ’the basement’.
... skyping Rose, catching up on our blog, playing table tennis and enjoying a sausage from the BBQ, we retreated back inside our room and spent the afternoon watching breaking bad online. Guess you need days like this every now and then and it was nice to just cut the pace for a while and enjoy a quiet day. Needless to say, I did get a little bored but managed my time by wandering around the hostel, floor to floor, wishing I could be home for just one day to give Rose a birthday ...
... hours, star signs and phases of the moon. It's been running precisely fo 400 yrs. An amazing piece of engineering!
Wenceslas Square -- heart of Prague --- where they had the Velvet Revolution (aside from ofther events in history). Whilst it ended communist rule, it left behind an ongoing paranoia on the psyche of this nation.
Kafka statue next to this Moorish cathedral. Touched the statue's shoe for luck. As the guide suggested. ...