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... at times, with no rain. We'll definitely be back. Prague is a very beautiful city, full of interesting things to see and do. Definitely full of music! We loved the atmosphere, and the people were always friendly. It is a walkable city, and there is no need for a car - we walked everywhere! We had no problem with the language - it seems everyone speaks enough English to converse. This is a destination to visit if you haven't, and to come back to if you have. But be prepared for the ...
... and the narrowest part was approx 30 cm! I can't imagine being in a mine back then. The average life span of a miner that worked in the town was about 35 years old. The law dictated that they could only start working in the mines at 21 (so that's approx. 15 yr career).
By the time we got back to Prague it was nice weather again. Hopefully it holds out for us to get to the airport tomorrow morning!
-- Ryan L.
... that was once inhabited by goldsmiths. This is also the location of Franz Kafka's old home. I walked through the quaint little buildings, some made to look like the former residences with replica furniture and décor, some converted to shops. I actually really enjoyed the little replica houses, with their meager workspaces and tiny beds.
Before long it was time for my tour. I snapped a quick picture at the south ...
... eat and arrived at the Obecni Dum (municipal hall) one of the most incredible Art Nouveau buildings we have ever seen. This symphony hall has two restaurants one a bit more casual than the other (our choice) but still decorated to the nines. After our tasty and quite inexpensive meal we set of to wander more of the old town before walking the 20 or so minutes back to our hotel. A very full day and as we were getting up early the next morning we called it a night. ...
... from taking a tour inside the complex. Making our way through the museum quarter, we arrived at another bridge. Stopping for another serve of the citric lemonade, we were surprised to find one of our cruise members sipping coffee at the opposite cafe. We exchanged a few touring experiences before exploring the local market. Some of us bought more than just provisions for our imminent 7-hour train journey.
On our way back to pick up our luggage and ...