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Hi to all!
In order to work at getting caught up, I'm going to work the ends toward the middle.... hence I'm going to write about my first day in Prague.
I left Krakow, way to early in the morning! My flight was at 9 so the hotel had the taxi pick me up at 6, which meant I had to up at . . . . 5
OK, that's my ***** for the day! and yes I realize that's my normal time for getting up. LOL
The first leg which ...
... large party in the party room with us. Love music and dancing was provided -After dinner, we walk around and see some amazing sights -Walk and subway back to the hotel -Night Other tidbits -Exchanged left over euro to krono -Just when we were getting used to German, the language changed to something completely different: Czech -We are the only group now -One of the assistant guides has been taking ...
No photos of the day because I forgot to put my phone in my bag, silly me. I will have to get Geoffs photos later. It was a laid back, take it easy type of day, which was fine as it was a hazy, mazy day, not cold but not sunny. We caught tram 17 just over the bridge to explore Pragues second castle, Vaysehrad. When we were in Cesky Krumlov, in the castle tower a young woman was talking o me and she highly recommended this castle and she was from Prague, saying it was ...
... girls from Russia, Poland, etc. speak English. I was amazed at how well they are able to converse already, but they were so excited to have a native speaker help them. It was such a great experience and I cannot wait to go again! Also, we made 2 new friends there as well; Anton, a guy from Sweden, and Jan (pronounced Han), a local Czech. · 60; <b>Church</b>:<b> </b>That evening, Jacy, Caleb, ...
... around Prague, we went up to the castle district, saw a castle and catherdral (which to be honest at this stage are looking a little the same). We then walked to the one of the oldest and well-kept Jewish Ghettos from WW II, little did we know it was closed on Saturdays (jewish religion, whoops) so we were only able to walk around and not see any of the museums. The weather changed dramatically here this afternoon, went from ...