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Travel Blogs from Prague
... his funnybaccent and cracking us all up.
After the tour we went straight to the optional traditional Czech Evening of food and dancing. What a fun evening! It was in an old restaurant, with traditional decor and all the beer and wine you could drink. The food was beyond belief...potato soup with bread, four kinds of meat, pork chop, hamsteak, chicken and duck, bread dumplings and two types of saurkraut, and a ...
... There was probably 100 or so to choose from. We headed out so I could get home for the free hostel dinner and I said goodbye to Josh. I had thought about meeting him later but ended up being a bit too tired and went to sleep fairly early.
The next day James was still sick and I didn't feel 100% myself so we took it easy. I went and saw Fast and the Furious 6 for something to do as the weather outside was terrible.
We got up early on Monday and went on the New ...
... of the neighbourhood known as Malastranska.
Returned to the Xmas market in the Old Town later in the day, and enjoyed some more gluhwein and streetfood there.
The evening was spent at the Estates Theatre attending a peformance of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. I really enjoyed the opera, and felt extremely priviledged to be able to witness it being performed in this magnificent old opera theatre.
... he would have figured out how much they appreciated him but I guess the Czechs are just passionate.
"New" town, established in the 14th century, is the sight where anti communism student protesters publicly burned themselves alive. But now it's a massive shopping street. Yay for capitalism.
Near my hostel up a damn annoying hill (only annoying when trudging up it) is the creatively named 'Castle district'. Prague castle is monstrous. The cathedral ...
... of the individuals who have helped introduce me to people here: Barbara Day and Marketa Goetz-Stankiewicz (see picture below).
Today I had a meeting at 9:30 with former dissident Petr Pithart and current member of the Czech Senate. The Czech parliament buildings, pictured below, are just over the Charles bridge to the West of the Vtlava nestled below the Prague Castle complex. Then I stopped ...