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... to hold our noses, stare out the window and pretend it didn't bother us.
Thankfully the journey did eventually come to an end and in our haste to leave we got off a stop too early and had to catch the metro to our hostel.
For dinner we walked 5 minutes down the road to a Czech restaurant where we each chose a traditional Czech meal to share. The beef stew/goulash was a highlight, as was the local ...
... walked around the city and the castle complex for 12 hours. We had dinner at a local cellar restaurant where we were the only tourists.
Everywhere you look in Prague is a sight to behold. The following day the weather was much better and we walked for 13 hours. We did a tour which concentrated on the effect of WW 2 on the city, saw the NAZI headquarters.We then set off for the Czech countryside, heading towards Ceske Krumlove. The ...
... institute's mission and some of the challenges it faces. Just like people in the US are divided about how we should view some of the more problematic and troubling aspects of our own history, such as westward expansion and slavery, there is a lot of controversy in the Czech Republic about how to remember the Soviet era (they seem to all be pretty well united around the idea that the Nazis stank). Vojtech noted that they try to avoid language like ...
... we had today!! we allowed ourselves a wee sleep in then after packing up the apartment heading back into the old town. luckily we managed to see so much yesterday that today was a much more cruisy day. After a loonnnggggg brunch/lunch in an Italian restaurant we walked up to see Prague Castle, It was a lovely walk through the cobbled streets of Prague and up some stairs, we had a few hilarious photo/selfie moments along the way. The views ...
Camping near the centre of Prague, not a bike friendly city so we have to take the tram system, (operates somewhat like the Paris underground), but boy do we find the names of the stops a challenge.The Czech seem very economical with vowels!
We knew that we must be getting close to a significant tourist site when the conversations overhead on the tram ...