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... dance. Got a takeaway Mojito from La Campagna and tried to find somewhere to eat, but couldn’t find anywhere I liked so went back to room and called it a night.
Prague is aptly called the "Jewel of Bohemia" but that could be selling it short. Of all the cities I’ve visited I think only Paris can compete with its architectural beauty. Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Belle Epoch, Art Nouveau; I found it all wandering the wide bustling squares and tangled alleys of Prague.
... For breakfast I had a schnitzel baguette with cheese and it was delicious. No wonder Germany is famous for schnitzel. Then we did some bus touring and then got on the road to Prague! We took a train from Berlin to Dresden (a small town in Germany) and then another train from Dresden to Prague. On the train to Prague we had awesome comfortable seats and I read stories from when I was little on Mom's computer. We were in a booth with six chairs and one ...
... Lennon wall, Charles bridge, Tyn church, saw a lot of Christmas markets, ate some delicious food (great prices in Prague) and walked up very steep inclines. Prague has some incredible black gothic Catholic Churches and monuments giving it the title of fairytale city. It's a very pretty city with lots of things to see. After all the walking we had some treats from the markets and wandered back. We then discovered Hooters in Prague!!! I was so excited ...
... architecture and saw all walks of life. I felt so small, yet so empowered. Prague is freaking amazing, it's a ridiculous mixture of life, beauty, and culture. It combines the past, present, and future. A true testament as being a world city. Tomorrow I plan on doing the same, but with a focus on my photography. In a few words, it's incredibly overwhelming and intensely full of life. It will be very difficult to move on from ...
... the invastion of Czechoslovakia in 1968 by the Warsaw Pact armies and riots and protests in the city, during the 1980s. All in all, a very interesting, if slightly scary, museum. (Mr H: the statues were great - life-size, and over-sized, of Karl Marx and Lenin.)
After leaving the museum, we head towards Wencelas Square, and got caught up in the Pride March on the way. After reaching the Square, we found the memorial to Jan ...