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Anxious to move on after such a long stay in Budapest, I caught the 6:30am bus to Prague. What a picturesque city! Everything is beautiful. The buildings are all painted bright colours and so well kept up, and the medieval architecture is really neat. I stayed close to the Charles Bridge and the first day walked up to Prague Castle where there is St. Virus cathedral and a nice view of the city. The castle has been around since the ...
... and we saw great views of he city and castle. We ended up eating at this nice place just down the hill from our hotel. Ezzie was not feeling well halfway through dinner, so he and I headed back to the hotel early. He got sick later that night and we weren't sure we would be traveling around the town the next day. However, he slept well through the night and was better when he woke up in huge morning. We aren't sure if it was heat exhaustion or what, but we were all glad he was ...
... special little places away from all the hustle and bustle where we enjoyed some wonderful respite.
So with all the anticipation and hype we had heard about Prague, after our second visit, we have no doubt that Prague met and even exceeded our expectations! We loved all the tourist sites, but even more loved bursting the tourist bubble and discovering some of the real Prague underground!! We loved that beer was cheaper than water (although our bellies probably ...
... and later executions. Out in front of the prison are symbolic grave markers for all the people who died there. There are two enormous symbols in the graveyard- a cross, and a star of david, since both Christians and Jews were prisoners there.
Seeing the prison in person was very moving. It's hard to imagine that actual people lived there. It looked like the type of place a poor family would house farm animals. Unfortunately, the guide ...
I promise I won't be writing every day but every few days. It is just today, my first day as a "blogger" that I am excited to writeJ
One person asked me why I want to go to Argentina. To find myself? No. I don't need to go to Argentina to find myself. I don't need to go anywhere really to find myself. I travel because it enriches me, it broadens my horizons and it shows me that although from different parts of the world we all strive for ...