Hostel City Center
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... through to a coffee at a big shopping mall east of the Old Town. The contrast in architecture and style is amazing. Beautiful buildings from the pre 1900 are generally lovingly preserved while the "brutal" and bland, almost ugly style of the communist era (1948 until the Velvet Revolution of 1989) are quite startling. We had dinner in an Irish pub just off the old town square, which was very ...
... the street and a nice cool shower. I felt much better after this and had an early night. I wish I had a chance to see more of Prague, but I was only going to feel worse if I kept walking around in the heat. I've been putting sunscreen on religiously, but I somehow manage to get a little burnt every day. The only day I've been really burnt was in Croatia, and it was only a small patch on my back. I'm hoping it is all going to fade into a slight tan, but I'm not too ...
... guide, at the Powder Tower. The tour took us through the Old Town with, Martin, an informative young guy who explained to us about the history of The Czech Republic from 1938, their part in the Second World War and the resistance. We also went into the underground of the Old Town Hall and then through the Jewish quarter. We really enjoyed the tour as it gave us an insight to ...
... cultural norm and so I asked a local Czech I met. He told me that during the horrible times in Prague (Nazis, Communists, etc.) you had no idea who was who. The Czech people were so afraid to talk to strangers, because if they said the wrong thing to the wrong person, that was it. So, they began to develop a very hard exterior and stopped being friendly with strangers. Once I realized this, I began to appreciate this way of behaving and I have tried really hard to ...
... pork but in a sauce it should taste the same. I browned half the meat then browned the other half. We couldn't do it all at once because the frying pan is too small. I cut up mushrooms and mixed them with the tomato sauce and meat and got it simmering. We needed pepper and coke from the store. Neither of us was hungry for supper so the ...