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Travel Blogs from Prague
Caught an odiferous train from Vienna to Prague this afternoon. A swirling mix of scents have crossed my nose over the first 3 hours of travel ... old people, eastern european perfume, burning train fumes, and a terrible body odor (surprisingly, not mine!). It didn't help that a woman who apparently boarded the train after running a marathon …
... hairdresser. One of my most treasured memories will be the people from all walks of life we met along the way. The staff & tour guides but most of all fellow travellers..... some of which I could have done without but who, never the less, were part of the experience.
Well enough of the "now it's over" nostalgia.... lets get on with the travel info part of the blog.
Leaving Vilshofen was a bit of a gong show. Everyone was given their ...
... 0.5 L
of beer here costs 2$ and in Berlin it was at least 5$. The beer here is
just as good if not better than Berlin as well. The food is similar as
far as the cost as well.
Almost all the buildings here are really old, and most of
the them have some sort of history. Some are hundreds of years old and
the cobblestone ...
... train network in the town that connected to the main station. Walking briskly we made it to that train with about a minute to spare, though at one point it seemed that our group might be split in two. After a short trip on this train we caught the connecting train and were heading back to Prague.
Once back in Prague we met up with Helen and Laura who spoke of a restaurant that they went to last time they were in Prague. Mostly what they ...
... You can also touch the bronze dog on the bridge and the Loyalty Fairy will fly down from the clouds and grant you an abundance of…loyalty? Apparently Emily from the Bachelorette did it, so of course we had to.
Enough of the Bachelorette. From the Charles Bridge we went to the Lennon Wall. Got ya! Emily went there too. This wall is quite an experience. It’s about 15 feet high and 100 feet long and every inch of it is ...