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... the likes of Prada, LV, Chanel etc and
(b) booked a tour to Kutna Hora, about an hour and a bit out of Prague
The walk was great - beautiful weather, but a jacket required because of the wind.
We made it back in time to catch the coach to Kutna Hora. It was a pleasant drive through the countryside - nice to see something other than the city.
Our first stop was Sedlec Ossuary', or "Bone Church", one of the most ...
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After getting settled, we went to the mall. Yes, you read that right and no, I don't mean a grassy area like the National Mall in DC. I mean a real shopping mall. My travel partner had said that she'll go with me (tomorrow) to Kutna Hora if I go shopping with her. I warned her that I am not the most useful shopping ...
... party won the election and moved to make it a communist state in the Eastern block 5) finally in 1989, after the collapse of the USSR, Czechoslovakia freed itself from communist rule and are once again became a liberal democracy - well they're two countries now, Czech republic and Slovakia Ina, our guide, gave us a brief rundown of the current political situation, and I think its safe to say she is not happy with the current president,Milos Zeman. He won the election ...
... people walking to find ourselves at the Charles Bridge. This bridge was an amusement in itself with a gauntlet of statues lining each side of the bridge and an abundance of stalls with various road side artists offering portraits/caricatures.
We had a traditional Czech lunch and ended the day with Karaoke in the Fusion Bar.
... lunch, so Lucy (AUS) and I (USA) opted for some gelato. Again, I have NO IDEA why we don't have this in America. Frozen yogurt craze, move outta the way and let the gelato in!!
After dinner, Uncle Riki (AUS) and Amy (NZ), and I ventured back to the city to do some last minute souvenir shopping and exploring. It was so peaceful and relaxing being able to reminisce what a wonderful trip it has been so far! Strolling leisurely, we came across ...