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... part they've been cleaned off their communist era soot, and each bend or corner reveals a new row of magnificent buildings- even some of the derelict buildings are fronted by wonderful doorways and balconies.
The Vltava River runs through the whole thing and old stone bridges periodically span the width. The most famous of these bridges is the Charles (and its 75 statues) which connects the Old Town with the imposing Prague Castle (largest in the world) ...
... over the older parts of the city and got the feeling of the culture and history.
Attended a 1-hour baroque concert (organ and oboe) in the central cathedral yesterday late afternoon.
The beer is yummy especially in the atmosphere of the beer gardens. Menus offer heaps of heavy-duty meat dishes a you have to look hard for the salads.
... middle of the tower with me AS FAR AWAY from the windows as possible. It was really amazing to see all the old astronomical and other scientific instruments, plus the amazing collection of terrestrial and celestial globes. One of our favorite places so far, I think !
We finished our tour at the calming and revivifying gardens of the Wallenstein Palace, which is actually the Czech Senate building today. Another must see for when you come to ...
... of our dishes consisted of lots of meat and dumplings. The beer and food was very cheap in Prague, about five dollars for two liter mugs of beer, so we enjoyed a beer and went back to our hotel to crash for the evening. After a nice rest, we woke up and hit the lobby for breakfast, enjoying several fruits, yogurt, meat and cheese, before ordering menu items prepared by the cook downstairs. Lauren had crepes with caramel and honey on them, and I had ham ...
... the airport for our late night flight back to London town.
I loved Prague and for a city that wasn’t originally on the list I was pleasantly surprised. It was such a cheap place to visit providing you stayed away from the tourist designated zones. I fell in love with the food and the beautiful boutique hostel that was Miss Sophies’s. To anyone who is sitting on the fence about whether to visit, do it, you won’t regret ...