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Travel Blogs from Prague
... around to explore the city we've already fallen in love with. Incredible architecture at every turn, music on the streets, people and entertainment everywhere. Praha has charisma and we were all under its spell within an hour. Can't wait to for our daytime adventure ...
... she left) were some of the best. I really do love the sunset though. Awe-inspiring moment.... I have a bunch of these moments, about one every few days. I get this thought like "Holy moly! I'm in (insert city) and I am in Europe and I am literally in the middle of my fairy tail. How am I so lucky and fortune?" I have a lot of those moments. The water also inspires me, I love the water and something about swimming makes me feel free and happy. I'm not sure how awe inspiring that ...
... looking around all the streets. We all went to Prague Castle (finally a sunny hot day) which is massive! A must see site for all visitors and it was well worth it. We only saw a small portion of it but it was still stunningly beautiful. That evening all of us went out for dinner at a place called Cafe Louve. It did traditional Czech food. It looked really posh but the prices were really reasonable. The food was just amazing! We all loved our meals ...
... we walked down the road to the Museum of Communism. After WWII a Russian-backed Communist party came into power, dropping the country into oppressio. Life under the Communist regime was painted as peachy by distributed propaganda materials, but in reality little food and other goods were available for people under the top social class. The government was focussed on unrealistic production targets, to work overtime for no reward was proof of Communist pride, and it was encouraged ...
Morning walk up Vysehrad Hill. The first fortification was built on this hill. Not much is left of this settlement. The first church of St Peter and Paul was built by Bohimiam king Vratislav in 1070. Most of the current building is from 15 century. The church has some lovely Art Nouveau paintings Some by Frantisek Urban and his wife Marie done around 1868-1900.
The Vysehrad Cemetary has some famous Czech people including Dvorák composer of tone of my favorites - The ...
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