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Travel Blogs from Prague
... was to then go up to the Petrin tower, which is called "Prague's Eiffel," eat something there, and then see the observatory that I didn't get to see the other day. I did the first part ok.
The daily pass tram ticket also covers the ride on the funicular to the top of the mountain where the tower is. From the funicular, you do need a separate ticket to get into the Petrin Tower, and it costs an additional amount to use the elevator.So, I instead used the stairs. All 299 of ...
Prague 10th & 11th.
We arrived around lunch time and the weather was clearer than we expected so it was aiming to be a great day and hopes were up for an interesting city. We had to split up with the accommodation this time, which a few of us didn't like but we girls had a washing machine! All us are thrilled and ever since our place has looked like a Chinese laundry.
We went out as a group and walked past the Powder Tower, through a market of tourists with ...
Four days in Prague and 7 days at an organic farm and hotel in Votice, Czech Republic. Prague was a wonderful city. Lots of history, good food, John Lennon Wall, swans, riverboats, Charles Bridge, more churches, love locks, Metro, a great river and more. See the attached photos and captions. Here is the Prague entries.....the organic farm/hotel stuff is happening now. More shots in a few ...
... like. It has the statues of different saints built all along the bridge. Artists set up their own little stalls along the bridge that you can check out as you wander by. Once over Charles bridge we were in the new town which is really the new old town section. My favourite part of prague would have to be the original old town. It's the sort of place you could happily just sit and watch everything pass ...
... looks like it will be fine so we decided to do a
tour of the Prague Castle, on of the major tourist attractions of the Czech Republic.
Prague tram system was a bit difficult to unravel, so we opted for a taxi up
to the castle. Julie thinks we got done over by the taxi driver - he
charged us about $20 bucks for a 10 minute ride. Probably cheap by
Australian standards, but by Czech standards, we think we got taken.