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Travel Blogs from Caslav
... of the tastiest beer of the trip. To be honest I really haven't been in the mood for more beer (sacrilege, I know) but I just can't get myself to pay extra for water; beer is by far the cheapest drink you can get. Have I mentioned how much I love this town??? From the brewery we took a long walk past many unique and beautiful buildings to the "dancing building". I personally loved it but Brittany and Chelsea felt that it was out of place. I, on the other hand, think ...
... It was incredible to see. It was hard to believe that the church allowed so many bodies to be exhumed. This would definitely not be allowed to happen this day and age. There were bones in there of all ages and some with deformities and some with war injuries. I found it extremely fascinating. From there we went into the village of Kutna Hora. Here was looked in and around the Church of St Barbara. ...
... add to this; it's late and I'm ready for bed!)
Prague’s Old Town is the oldest part of a very old city with its medieval buildings and churches.
The Town Square has served as Prague’s main marketplace for over 1000 years.
Charles Bridge with musicians, artists, white swans floating below.
Charles Bridge: 1-3-5-7-9 then backwards 9-7-5-3-1. So the bridge was opened in 1357 ...
Hello! Well we had a lovely couple of days in Prague and are now on our way to Paris on the train. Prague is a very picturesque city and quite overrun with tourists....we were thinking that coming here in the peak times in July to August would be pretty unbearable. As usual we tried to steer clear of the really touristy areas and got great use of our day pass for the tram/train. The views over prague from the castle are beautiful and we were fortunate to be up there ...
... Guess what? Didn't even go in to either of them, never mind buy anything. I figured that judging by the shops closely around them (YSL, Cartier and the likes) plus already having been told that the street was the most expensive row of shops in the country! So as I'm now peering through almost closed eyes to type this, I think I need to go. Probably wont be much to tell for tomorrow, apart from sitting in a coach watching the world whizz by. Me ...
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