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... capital of a province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 1918, after World War I, the city became the capital of Czechoslovakia. In 1992, its historic centre was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. In 1993, Czechoslovakia split into two countries and Prague became capital city of the new Czech Republic. Most of the buildings within prague managed to escape destruction during the second world war, allowing beautiful cobbled streets and ...
... again before leaving the baggage claims area.
Public transit in Prague is very convenient and easy to figure out. They sell by time (i.e. 30 min, 24 hrs, 72 hrs, etc.). We took the bus to central Prague, where we transferred to the underground metro to get to our hotel.
The hotel is super nice! It was real affordable too (Found on Expedia). Housing is pretty ...
The plan for today was to tour the inside of some of the places I had seen during the city walk. I had some leftover ham and potato dumplings for breakfast, and headed out to the city center. My hostel was on the east side of the Vltava River, which meant that each morning/night I got to cross the picturesque Charles Bridge. This bride is lined with statues ranging from biblical scenes, to old saints and kings. The bridge was full ...
... of being tourists.
I wanted to encourage my stranger to enjoy Prague off the beaten track. So I left the letter in the Old Town Square, typically the busiest area in the city. The letter focussed on the following:
1. My favourite place - an oriental inspired tea-room that we made a detour to one night. We hadn’t anticipated what we were about to walk into – I will never see tea in the simple way I once did: ...
My first European train adventure! In order to get to Poland and back in time for my flight and still have time to actually see the city, Meagan and I had to take overnight trains there and back.
The first train we took out of Prague was not fun. Train platform assignments only showed up 15 minutes before the train was supposed to depart so we didn't know where to go. When we actually got to the platform, it was almost time for it to leave, so we thought ...