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... were added much later in 1683 by Master Matyas Braun and took over 30 years to complete. There's also a nice view of the old city skyline including the spires of the The Church of Our Lady Before Tyn which was the main Hussite church in Prague.
After passing through the Smichov Lock we reached the Dancing House. Although only built in 1996, the architects Franko Gehry and Vlado Milunic did a great job of blending it with the magnificent older buildings that line ...
... with the rest of the tour group. (There are also artist studios upstairs...can I move here???) Ben walked for four hours without complaining and Alex enjoyed it completely too. A day well spent, and a really memorable time. Awesome.
I actually only have three Prague-lems:
1. I didn't get to see the Astronomical clock strike the hour and do it's thing. The boys weren't interested and we were never there on the hour - oh well.
2. I wanted ...
Prague...I was lost for words. It was stunning. I had been to Paris many moons ago and simply forgot how a cities beauty can take your breath away. I had arrived in a fairytale with a castle up on the hill, an old town filled with new delights around ever corner - the only thing missing was my Prince Charming.
Prague was not a shiny Disney fairytale. There was an edginess to the city with some amazing street performers including a ...
... everyone else must have had the same idea as we couldn't find anywhere to sit. We retreated back to the warmth of our hostel room instead.
Later that evening we headed down to the kitchen to make some pasta and Steven ended up chatting to a young Korean boy named Yung who was eating noodles. When Steven enquired about Yung's food it somehow snowballed into Yung getting his last packet of really spicy noodles for ...
this time it will be administrative. Each and every traveler knows that it's not always easy to arrange visa to any country. Sometimes there are problems with the officer, sometimes there is lack of information. In this case it's lacking information which gave us little bit of headache.
Web pages of Socialist Republic of Vietnam (yep, it's the official name of Vietnam) Prague embassy doesn't contain any better information about how ...