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As part of Allison's conference we went a Grand City Tour of Prague. The tour lasted 3.5 hours and we walked from the Prague Castle , through the Lesser Quarter and onto the Old Town.
I'll leave the pictures to do the talking. Being a Sunday there was a lot of people out on tours and it was very crowded in the Old Town Square.
After lunch we went for a walk up to a Church nearby to our accommodation.
... I could of spent all day looking at the wall and exploring all that is currently written on it. We did find an elephant as well!
After the wall we walked back over Charles bridge which was lovely and provided great views and some great photographs. One of the girls has always wanted to go to Prague so we had a mini photo shot of her on the bridge one of her ultimate destinations in the world! We walked back into the main square to met up with the rest of ...
... tipsy that it was getting kind of embarrassing because the family that owned the hotel were there watching us.
The wine tasting was very good, we tried seven different wines. All of which were brewed in Moravia and made by the family. The last wine was the absolute best! It was only fermented for three weeks so it just tasted like pear juice. It was a favorite among the group also.
The next day we tried to go into some churches, but since it was ...
Today was my last day Pragueing around. I spend the evening exploring the Little Quarter ... trying hard to lose myself in the haze of cobbled streets but no such luck.By now i recognize the church spires and domes. All i have to do is walk towards the right one to find my way.
Is this is a sign of crossing over from the tourist category to the local category- lol Nah. Alright so i tried but let me tell you this i did something else that sure puts me in the ...
... us on a level where she could be our teacher when necessary but our friend as well, which is important especially when in countries we are unfamiliar with but she knows better. I enjoyed getting hot cocoa with her in Budapest, talking about political and social issues with her, and laughing with everyone when she would jump into a photo and make a funny face or dance with us in public. I'll always be grateful to her for taking us ...