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... Book of Records lists Prague Castle as the largest ancient castle in the world. It occupies an area of 17.3 acres at about 623 yards in length and an average of about 426 wide (I did the metric conversion for you).
The first thing you see when you enter the castle walls is St. Vitus Cathedral. It was breathtaking. Also breathtaking...literally…were the 287 steps we climbed to reach the top of the South Tower. The hike was worth it. ...
... Points for bringing out a light sabre at the end and imitating Darth Vader.
Before leaving we walked back into Old Town Square where, by fortunate coincidence, a artistic video was being projected onto the walls of the old buildings in remembrance of several massacres in the early 90's. That's what I love most about travelling; stumbling into odd performances like that. It was powerful stuff.
We capped the night off with a few ...
... page and they'll arrange you Entry/Exit paper which allows you to pick up visa upon arrival. I hope there will be no problem with this on our arrival :D
Good to know: this paper is processed for more people at once, so your personal info is shared with the other people on the paper... you can see at the photo :)
Ok, we have some document, the fan part will start at the airport.
See you at the next blog post,
... supermarkets. The HardRock Cafe was also a disapointment since we were listening to Miley Cirus and One Direction whilst we were drinking our beers.
Me, Cat. and Duda only stayed for 2 nights in Prague, since it was the first of a round of 3 countries to visit. We endend spending more than we were planning. It's hard when we are not used to the currency!!
So the first day we just ...
... silly Austrian guy started talking with Courtney and I. He was already really drunk and was trying to convince us that we really needed to visit Vienna. We also met a girl from Oregon that told us about a route to Prague that was cheaper and more interesting than going directly. It consisted of taking a bus to a border town between Czech and Poland and spending a night at a cool hostel and then taking the train to Prague from there. We decided this would be the most adventorous was ...