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We attempted to find a pub that is famous for being very old, but ended up walking past it. At this point, my travel buddy decided that it was maybe a bit too cold to be going out in tights and a sleeveless dress. Also, it was ...
... up to 12 layers of graves. We wandered through hearing stories about the noteworthy people who had been buried there since the 13th century. Another moving experience was the exhibit of children's drawings from Tereizin, and the suitcase they were packed in. The woman who collected them handed the suitcase to her husband as she was transported to Auschwitz, and he and the drawings survived, but she did not. After over ...
... fun then I remembered. While looking for wooden toys, we came across Manufaktura. A small number of stores within Prague, they have an incredible selection of wooden toys, holiday eggs, soaps and local gifts. A few spins around the aisle with string in tow, it was amazing to see the detail and quality of wooden toys produced here. We may have even found a wooden squad car :) 5. Not all trams are created equal, and beware of streets ending in "ti," versus "te." While they appear the same, they are ...
... hill on cobblestone may be one of the most difficult things I've encountered on a bike. My favourite part of the tour was lunch, as our guide suggested we all go to Lokal for food, the place I had gotten a beer from the day before and I was planning on going back to eat anyways. The beer was excellent, a new keg had just been opened late the night before so it was super fresh. The cool thing about Lokal is that the menu changes day to day, it is a farm to table ...
... Salad (shared) dinner, and dessert (shared), plus Beer and Latte and Tip? Amazing.
We then board our Tour Bus and thoroughly enjoy all the sights of Prague. After circling the extensive areas of the Downtown, we get off to find "The Infant of Prague". And we did! And we even got to celebrate Mass there. What a gift!
From there, we walk across the Charles Bridge, which was a great opportunity not only to experience ...