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... back the next day so we could spend more time there. (It’s called U Sedmi Svabu)
We finished up our time in Prague with our very own bar crawl so we could test out the many wonderful beers that the Czech Republic has to offer. They were always cheap and we were never disappointed. We had one final delicious sausage in the main square before begrudgingly returning to the hostel to grab out things and trudge to the train station for our overnight train to ...
... the previous train had not left the station and it was running late due caused by another country!! It appears it was not their (Austria's) fault!
Never the less once boarded we had a pleasant journey into Prague. It rained most of the way and once again we passed many corn fields and wind turbines along the way. We arrived at our apartment which is called Apartment Beer Spa by ...
... add to this; it's late and I'm ready for bed!)
Prague’s Old Town is the oldest part of a very old city with its medieval buildings and churches.
The Town Square has served as Prague’s main marketplace for over 1000 years.
Charles Bridge with musicians, artists, white swans floating below.
Charles Bridge: 1-3-5-7-9 then backwards 9-7-5-3-1. So the bridge was opened in 1357 ...
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We headed back to the Leonardo to freshen up before our dinner at Marina Grosseto. We had a fabulous view of Prague Castle from the restaurant. Three of us really enjoyed our meals, but Gary's first choice ...
... an audio tape. The most terrifying part was the living conditions, and the ovens/gas chambers. To think that I was standing in the very area where thousands of people suffered, is upsetting, but really changes perspective. We have so much, and take it all for granted. The very fact that I'm 21, and have never held a gun, had to shoot someone, or been in a situation where my family was in grave danger, shows how good we all have it. Definitely a somber visit, but an important ...