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Travel Blogs from Prague
... I still went out, did the walking tour and saw lots of things that I wanted to explore more, however by then I was feeling terrible. Had lunch in the castle district - Polish potato and mushroom soup sooo good! And then Kerry, Jess and I being the sickies headed back to the hostel around 2pm. So gutted but had no strength. Tried to find a pharmacy but all shut. Spent the rest of the day snoozing. So gutted, but I'l just have to come back and visit Prague ...
... all of which were later lit in the night magnificently. Despite the crowds spilling into the streets, it was still magical. I couldn't stop taking photos! It started to drizzled. almost midnight, I made my way back to the hostel. On the way, I stopped for white russian (which costs three time less compared to iceland) --- at a dance club. Wrong dance club. But it was fun watching the women, they were very beautiful!
... crazy in the city square, but I thought it was cool.
Another event, perhaps truly newsworthy, was the RECORD-BREAKING FLOODING that hit the city. Check it out here:
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/czech-flooding --usti-nad-labem-101858548.html?vp=1&am p;.tsrc=xl/
Sadly, two people died, which became the gossip at the PLUS Prague hostel we were staying at and spread like untamed wildfire.
The cold rain put a slight damper ...
... views walking around the castle and around the Charles bridge area were spectacular and it is easy to see why Praha is such a popular tourist destination.
Prague has a large Jewish population and in the Jewish Quarter of the city there is a collection of stunning Synagogues. The pink one was my favourite!
On the Second night we ate at Pasta Fresca which had been recommended to me by a friend. All the pasta is ...
... way we walked over Charles's Bridge and along the Royal Route stopping at St. Nicholas's Church. Known for it's Baroque design and giant dome, a better fact is that the communist Czech secret police used to spy on the U.S. embassy from the bell tower. Once we reached the hilltop, we spent the remainder of the day there. First we admired the beautiful stained glass in St. Vitus's Cathedral. Work began on the city's most distinctive landmark in 1344 and was completed ...