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Right now I am typing this on my iPhone sitting on the train from Prague to Linz (Austria) it is 9:30 am. I love enterprise, and have a deep hate of the opposite, for want of a better word call it laziness or wanting to live off others and always ready with a "look what the world has done to ME" attitude. Anyway I mention this now because a guy at Prague railway station earned 15 euros by using some enterprise. He was around the 55-69 vintage, a bit rough in cloth but did possess ...
... and meander through the Little Quarter with its character filled restaurants. Heading up the cobbled streets, we pass St Nicholas church and then on toward the Castle Quarter where the views back over the river are great. Many embassies seem to be based here; not a bad place to live! We watch the changing of the guards which is every hour. Below the castle are terraced gardens and the flowers along the way are lovely. We wind back down to the river for ...
... read that Vyšehrad used to hold a castle although now just parts of the outer walls remain. We entered the park through a large and imposing archway we made our way directly up to the remains of the castle walls to check out the views over the Vltava River. We could see the bridges over the Vltava and the Prague Castle. We followed this with a leisurely walk around the perimeter past landscaped gardens, admiring the local architecture as we went. Our our way ...
After venturing up there we got back down just in time for the clock display, there was a huge crowd gathered everyone was excited and waiting in anticipation....... wow what can I say we were disappointed it was so pathetic just a tiny little song and some creepy little statues moving in the windows. The clock itself is very cool but if you do ever go to Prague don't get too stressed if you miss the display. It was actually quite ...
... 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 ...