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... was planning on leaving. It took a bit of thinking but basically, the decision has been made the moment I thought of it. I am staying for two more days and I'm going to see The Defiled again, then leave on 29th.
What the hell am I even doing..? Thank god I've been saving up money for a "random concert". I know myself too well.
I just repacked my suitcase, re-thought ...
... and climbed to a look out point. On this point was a giant metronome that had been placed there after the previous sculpture of Stalin was torn down. The view was amazing and we sat up there for a whole just enjoying the moment. Then it was time for our river boat cruise. The food here was really good and we had traditional Czech food including goulash. Once done eating we went upstairs on the boat and enjoyed the view of Prague by ...
... here seriously know how to make a sausage! My mouth is watering just thinking about that thing. If only Brittany would come to the dark side; she'd know what taste ecstasy is... I was expecting the souvenir shop to be massive and had prepared for my wallet to take a pretty heavy hit, but at the end of the day I just wound up with a cool shirt. They didn't have too much that was tempting, and just about every one of the shirts was in English. I think I got the only ...
Prague is probably the best place I have been. I had an amazing time here. It is the perfect mix of timeless beauty, in the form of the old town and the Charles bridge. European partying, with clubs to put anywhere to shame. A calm atmosphere,with room to walk and explore without people being in your way the whole time, as in somewhere like Rome. And affordability, with the price of beer being less than water and a whole pizza costing around €4. In ...
Had a great comfortable sleep finally and woke up refreshed and ready to go. We were on the bus by 8am and headed to Mauthausen Concentration Camp which was the largest concentration camp in WW2 and the last to be liberated. It was one of the only two Grade 3 camps which had the harshest conditions of confinement and the highest death rates in all the concentration camps in the German Reich. It was both an extermination and working camp with the ...