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... of our bed that were going to be of no help if we rolled off in the night. Morning came and Al was up early to ensure we hadn't missed our stop to Prague. We were delayed an hour...good for me, slept in :) We arrived in Prague at 10am and hopped off with no clue. Not to worry, got some money out and made our way to the 'Old Town Square' where our hostel was situated. We dropped our gear in storage as we weren't able to check in until 2pm and then left the hostel to have a ...
... and my first experience with the Czech dumplings and our first shock with how inexpensive Prague was.
Sheryl showed us around the center. We saw the astronomical clock and tried the traditional twisted bread, cooked over a fires and covered in cinnamon and sugar - super yummy!
The next morning we went on the free walking tour offered through our hostel. We saw the National Museum Building, the Powder Tower, ...
... made the trip longer, but I like to think of it more as the scenic route.
Getting here we had to register as students, get our keys, get our bank cards, and get our laptops registered to the system. It was exhausting but after this we got a few hours off before dinner.
Dinner was very good, we went to a local pub where I had chicken schnitzel. Chicken schnitzel is breaded chicken and it was served with cucumbers with some ...
... we were leaving it was raining and they were back in the boxes - sort of the reverse of Grandma's weather man.
The central feature is a cathedral (and we saw lots of churches throughout the tour) but the guide said that the majority of Czechs aren't religious and so the excess churches are used for museums, concert halls etc.
A walk downhill from the castle showed that it's not just the main square that's old buildings. The part we visited called the New Town ...
... biggest airport complex; it took nearly 20 mins just to reach from the T1 to T3 where I'm checking in! there was T1 A, B, c, D, E... F**k! I was palpitating for every letter coming up! It went all the way to G!!! Luckily, I didn't have to go through immigration checks and checking in an hour before departure was acceptable.
Rest of the trip was smooth. Took one and a half hour from Paris to Prague.