Na Smetance Apartment
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... of the trip so far, check the photos to see. Finally, after some more grazing and seeing the park we came do from the hills and headed back to the hostel to grab some food and head out to the Prague International Pub Crawl. Imogen and Jess had suggested we try it out as a great way to meet other travelers such as ourselves and it turned out be that and much more. Made some good friends in a long fun night ending at Eastern Europes biggest club, Karlovy Lane, ...
... at 7.05 but our super organised daughter did not realise the ticket office shut at 7pm and the ticket machines only took coins and we did not have enough coins. So we broke the law and got on the tram without a ticket! If you get stopped (random inspectors) the fine is a few Czech Koruna. Not sure how many and did not want to find out.
We got a taxi back to the hotel, Rachel, left her ' going out clothes' with us - shock she hung them up! She then headed home ...
... current food mission is to find my favorite one. I will post my address so that you can all send me anti-acid pills to help with the selection process. -We leave for Brno Tomorrow we will be hopping on a bus and traveling to Brno to deliver a public talk to the english group there. We will be staying with our friends Ben & Anna. We stayed with them last time we were here and they are nice enough to open their ...
Originally designed and deployed during WWII in fear of a nuclear attack, there are some 300 nuclear bunkers scattered beneath the city of Prague. Although they were put on standby for possible use during the Cold War, these bunkers have never actually be tested and utilised in a real scenario.
This afternoon we take a step back in time, to an era that wasn't that long ago to learn about a different part of history on the Prague Nuclear Bunker Tour. ...
... time in the late 19th Century, avoiding the ravages of the Stalinist architectural push behind the iron curtain. We completed a wonderful walking tour, led by a young legal student who was clearly very proud of his home. Prague was crowded, with moving through the old narrow streets at times being reduced to a crawl (metaphorically, not literally, well, only literally after too much hot ...