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Travel Blogs from Prague

DAY 28: Tuesday, 30 September

A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 29, 2014

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... the Old Town in a huge loop, stopping to see some sights as we went. The first stop was lunch a but further up in the gay area, Vinohrady. We stopped at this cafe which looked quiet until we walked in, and then it seemed everyone in town was there. The best part was that it was full of locals. I had a spaghetti dish. There was. I cancel just cut up semi-sun dried tomatoes with fresh basil and shaved provolone like cheese. It went down fine as I was getting ...

Finally in Prague!

A travel blog entry by shantie on Jun 24, 2014

I finally made it too Prague!!! The city I've been dreaming about seeing since I started planning this trip. I've walked across Charles bridge, a sight which has been the background of my lock screen for over a year. A sight I've looked at every single day, multiple times a day, for a year. And I finally made it there, and was able to walk across this gorgeous bridge for myself. And walk across it I did!! Like many times, every ...

Praaaaaaague

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jan 04, 2014

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... is around a little carving of a dude that everyone lines up to touch for good luck/Christian reasons. The statue is getting completely worn down by everyone touching it. So of course we did it too. By the time we got off the bridge it was raining, cold and miserable so we got a bus home had a quick dinner before having a rather early night.

The next day came out with bright sunshine so we set out for a day to ourselves to check out the Castle side of the river. We went ...

Prague City Walk

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 10, 2013

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... preserved Jewish district in all of Eastern Europe. Hitler loved Prague, and intended to retire there after he had won the war. Similar to in Krakow, he intended to keep a handful of Jewish synagogues and graveyards to somehow show how inhumane the Jews had been. Lucky for us, Hitler lost the war, and now the Jewish district of Prague stands as a museum complex for the Jewish people. We saw the Spanish synagogue, which takes its name ...

One month down

A travel blog entry by amandatravels on Oct 17, 2013

... I had to grab a roasted pig sandwich and a beer and join in on the festivities. It was a good day! When I arrived in Munich I did a free walking tour that shows you the historical parts of the city like the Church of Our Lady where at 11am the clock does a 15min show with music and moving pieces. We saw the old and new town halls and the Hofbrauhaus and the royal residences. I then met up with the group that I was going to Oktoberfest with and we ended up going to have ...

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