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The longest(?) square in the Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 01, 2014

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Tuesday 1 July 2014 Prague

Cloudy 21C

This morning we took a guided tour of Prague, the tour name was "Grand Tour" and it started with a bus ride departing from the Old Town Square and passing by many points of interest including the main railway station we had arrived at yesterday, the National Museum, Wenceslas Square, and the dancing house (a modern glass building named after Fred Astair and Ginger ...

What if I give up tango

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Apr 14, 2014

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... Stage which I have been through in other aspects of my life. Denying of my own demons,my own issues and not willing to work on them because it hurts.It makes you vulnerable and in your eyes weak. This happened with my tango.Month since I came back from Argentina.Who the hell I am dancing here for?Why am I bothered?Same people,faces,feelings,emotions.Boooring !No excitement waiting for me.No butterflies in my stomach,well..Useless. If only I could..... ..go back ...

Czech Mate

A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Oct 05, 2013

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... Then Cayle, Darcy, Lilli, Yolande, Alice and I headed out to Roxy. I had wanted to check this club out anyway, and it just so happened that a band I liked was playing there this night. The band in question is 65daysofstatic, an English band who play one of my favourite genres: post-rock. The gig was sick, with the band putting on an intense, drum-heavy performance. We wrapped up the night with a few more beers, and some Harold & Kumar back at the ...

Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by rowandmeags on Aug 09, 2013

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... cocktails. From there, Rowan and I set off on a little pub crawl of our own. We found a few interesting places, but we were disappointed by a few of the advised places to go that were either closed or empty. We finished up along the river, near where we had dinner and strolled home along the river. The castle in the distance was lit up and the city was beautiful at night. The next day we had arranged to go on a day trip to the ...

Sloshing Around in Prague

A travel blog entry by sandyhart on Jun 23, 2013

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... in Krakow.

We finally stopped for a traditional Czech dinner at a very nice restaurant in the Lesser Quarter. The highpoint of the evening was music provided by two friends of our guide, both professional musicians. They played a variety of classical, Czech, and popular tunes with a flute and accordian, singing harmony for some of them including a Czech version of the Beatles classic, “When I’m 64” with our guide (the highlight).

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