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Bye Bye Bohemia - Regensburg & Prague then Home

A travel blog entry by marybc


... paparazzi following some young supposedly famous man that I didn't recognize. It made for interesting people watching though as they wandered through the market. Then there are the markets selling everything from take out ethnic foods (read: sausages and potatoe something or others with, of course, beer) to clothing and handicrafts. Then you turn a corner and you are in the high end shopping area. Then you are back to narrow streets with twisty turns. It's ...

Prague - Day Two

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... We broke the bar “rules” by striking up a conversation with Angela and Hugh from Cardiff, Wales. Angela was excited to tell us all about Cardiff and the things to do there. I kept thinking, “Yes, yes, that’s all great but WHAT ABOUT DOCTOR WHO? Have you seen him?” Turns out Hugh’s sister does indeed write for the show and his nephew appeared in an episode. This may be ...

Czeching out Prague

A travel blog entry by katcob


... around 7pm to have dinner. Their hostel had advised them that 200kr was a decent price for dinner. Most places around Wenceslas square want 300-500, but we were convinced to try an upstairs (hence, off the square) place that used the same kitchen as their downstairs neighbour. For 1600kr ($64), we had goulash with dumplings, potato pancakes, other traditional foods (chicken and a butcher's plate like a mixed grill), cabbage, two ...

Castles & Communism

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp


... 1989 and the Czech Communist Party resigned from power the next month. The museum also had displays of Communist propaganda, statues of influential Communist figures like Karl Marx and displays illustrating life under the regime eg. empty shops. For such a small museum it was packed with information and heaps written in English. The only downside was that all the explanations were in such tiny print!

Time for a more cheerful activity now! Conveniently down the road was a ...

Mmm….Beer Cheese!

A travel blog entry by mergatroid


... beer cheese!

After dinner Sara, Michael, Sav, Kim, Larry and I went to a couple of pubs for a few drinks. I was actually surprised that a couple of the places we went to closed at around 11-12pm. Our last stop was a night club and Larry and Kim headed off as the rest of us headed in. Night clubs really aren’t my thing and Michael and I soon also called it a night leaving Sara and Sav to party on, I think I managed to get to bed around ...

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