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Travel Blogs from Prague
PART ONE, PRAGUE ON MY OWN
I left Los Angeles on Wednesday, June 27. My parents waved goodbye to me at the gate, which I walked through with my 20 pound suitcase and a whole lot of tears. I cried through the security check then pulled it together, got on the plane and cried then fell asleep, then woke up and felt excited, then cried some …
... photos ( sorry all on my camera) and head over to a grassy park where we took a few minutes to chill out and rest. Well about an hour later we wake up and there are kids and dogs playing, people sun tanning and working out. I found all the parks we visited to different from America cause there are people in them! Our parks are always empty probably cause it is like 150 degrees outside but it was refreshing ...
... 30. We met by a long road leading up to the national museum. Our tour guide was easy to listen too. It was a short woman with so much enthusiasm and humor. It made the whole tour great. We saw everything in old town and the Jewish quarter. We then took a river boat up and down the river by Old Town and the famous Charles Bridge. We then went to a place for lunch. We then walked across Charles Bridge and mom and dad almost got left behind because they were taking their ...
... 22 to 1. I got my change back and I was shorted. The dude was all "I know the sign says 22 to 1 but it just changed to 20 to 1 today and my manager won't let me do anything about it..." Thieves!
I promised a friend I would take a lot of pictures in Prague ... I failed. The weather kept me in mostly. I took some shots on the walking tour but I myself wasn't too impressed with them. Better company would have made Prague much more enjoyable!
This will ...
... make drinks, very handy. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes within walking distance.
Monday 23rd January
The day was slightly overcast with rain threatened, although it didn't until early evening.
We were within walking distance of Karluv Most (Charles Bridge), which is a magnificent medieval crossing over the Vlatava River with sculptured saints on the parapets. Artists sell their wares ...
Adam and Eva was the perfect hostel. I could´t imagine anything better. The location was perfect, very close to everything, but not right in the tourist center. The hostel had a small and quiet feel but was still very social, and I met tons of great people. The rooms were impeccably clean and the kitchen was well stocked. Also the bathrooms were so cute and private, and the staff was helpful. I could´t have asked for more!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.