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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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... Cathedral. It was built in 2 sections which are clearly marked. Construction took some 600 years,the entry (newest) section being completed in 1929. There is a fabulous view of Prague from outside the Cathedral. We walked from here down many steps into Lesser Prague where we passed St Nicolas church (different one from yesterday) then walked onto the Charles Bridge and past the Klementinum which contains the city's archives ...

What if I give up tango

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Apr 14, 2014

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... in dancing. All the effort..where is it? Turmoil.Complete mess in my head.Then it hit me hard. I secretly deep down was really dancing to steal a bit of a closeness.The tiny little moment of 12 minute closeness.But it doesn't work like that. Stealing is stealing. I am not a tango sponge.I want to share not steal.I started to feel light.That is it.I have been stealing and giving for sure.But what is the point of it.I want to mutually enjoy the dance..The ...

Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by rowandmeags on Aug 09, 2013

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... us a clear route to take in order I see all the sculptured rocks. We had to use our imaginations to see some of the rock sculptures, as some weren't as obvious as others but it was a beautiful walk through a lush and green national park. The hike required us to go up and down lots of stairs and at one point we had to go between two of the huge rocks. The path between was so small you had to squeeze your way through. lucky we weren't big people or ...

Czeching out Prague

A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn on Aug 02, 2013

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FRIDAY 2 AUGUST Our day started on a sombre note as we visited Mauthausen, former concentration camp located on the outskirts of Austria. The atrocities that occurred at within the wire-topped walls of Mauthausen are incomprehensible, with 100,000 people losing their life there at the hands of evil. The prisoners were starved, given daily beatings, and essentially were worked to their death. Walking through the site - the cells, the gas chamber, the crematorium - brought me to tears. ...

I Have Arrived!

A travel blog entry by travelforfun on Jul 06, 2013

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... to arrive at the top. Now, you could take the elevator, which we did with the luggage, but since then: NOPE..it's all uphill LOL

After a brief snack and chit chat, we hiked down the 105 steps and walked about 40 minutes to Cowboys for an awesome supper. I had salmon with vegetable salad and glass of wine. Blair also had salmon and Denise had filet mignon.

On the way back to the flat, ...