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    Old friends and castles

    A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... chuppa chips, alcohol, bread, lip balm), strange, but there you go.

    We stopped and joined the crowds who were anxiously waiting for the astronomical clock to strike the hour. I can't say I was hugely impressed by this event - I mean, its a very pretty clock, very old, and has a lovely bell ringing thing going on, but based on the crowds waiting there, you would have thought there was a rock star visiting. We made our way to the horse and ...

    August 25-26, the Final 48

    A travel blog entry by murkypig on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... The lookout itself is memorizing, be sure to read the plaques hung on the railings. Much of Prague's major features are explained on each plaque, and once again the views provide dramatic backdrops. From the Old Town Hall Tower, we found our second coffee shop of the day. A small alley (there are many) of the main square, led us to the small and delightful Kava Cafe. If I find it's exact address, we'll share it with the final trip summary. Indoor and outdoor seating ...

    Plague

    A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... of us. When we woke up in the morning it was to see that the culprit in question was not a man at all but and I quote from Briony "A big whale of a woman" Ha Ha. After seeing her she says “Well this changes everything” and the new plot was forming. Briony didn’t move from bed until 1 pm that day and my offering of vegemite toast in the morning was not enough to satisfy the hunger in our bellies. We had planned on going into town but ...

    Czech Mate

    A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... is also quite impressive. Almost as impressive as Cayle and my whispered rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody while we investigated the crypts. Afterwards, we wandered the pleasant grounds and hillside of the castle, then had a hearty dinner at a rundown pub.

    Tuesday morning I hiked up a Vitkov Hill, near our hostel, to the statue of Jan Zizka on horseback. The statue, having a height of 9 metres and weighing almost 17 tonnes, is the biggest ...

    A crash course in Czech history

    A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Aug 07, 2013

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    ... of pre history communities that settled around this area, with the water supply and higher ground it would have been very suitable.

    Wenceslas was a much revered King of the 10th century who was murdered by his brother for not taking the ruthless policy line that he wanted so has been made into a Saint and holds great respect. We saw the helmet and chain mail suit that was purported to be ...