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Travel Blogs from Prague
You must all be wondering how come I went to a wedding in Prague - well, the short story is that Alice was to be the bridesmaid for a very close friend(Jano) who had decided to have a romantic wedding in Prague (to Jeromy), and I, having nothing better to do, decided I may as well go too. So, one grey Friday morning we hop on a train in Ljubljana …
... light. The effect is fluid movement as if you're watching an ever changing art instillation. If your in Prague go it's amazing.
The day ended with seeing part of the Czeh Futbol game in the Square. to give you an idea of how big this is: Fireman sitting on there truck watching the game with beer, People could hardly move through the square and tourist blended into everyone else for once.
... after the war to show a "Museum of an extinct race". The information here is quite explicit and tells part of the story from the Czech Jews viewpoint. Unfortunately it was very crowded and many tour and school groups were visiting.
The food in Prague is diverse and cheap compared to Australian main course prices. In Cesky Krumlov we were eating a great main course for under $10 Aus. In Prague a little dearer, about $12-15 Aus ...
... repacked my bag and planned my
trip to the airport tomorrow morning. I relaxed at the hotel for a
bit before leaving and then just wandering around the old square. I
explored the old square for about 2 hours, getting food from the
street vendors – great food, wandering around, looking at the
performers and the having a look at the shops in the area.
At 7pm the ghost tour started in front of the
Astronomical clock. It was a ...