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... or even blink their eyes as tourist after tourist crowded around to take pictures with them. Don reminded me they did have sunglasses on. Then we walked down hill and all over old town. We have walked the Jewish Quarter, I have been in my first synagogue, walked the famous Charles Bridge. We took a tour to Kunta Hora, a bone ossuary. A chapel decorated with bones over 40,000 individuals. Gruesome yes, but really interesting. ...
... were not part of the original design but added centuries later as part of the Austrian Hasburgs attempts to convert skeptical Czechs to Catholicism. While on the bridge we rubbed the bronze plaque on the statue of St John of Nepomuk in the hopes that the legend would come true and one day we will both return to Prague. From the Charles Bridge we continued on into the Old Town Square and spent the afternoon wandering the cobblestone streets of Staré Mesto (old town) ...
... and we rested there with a cold Czech beer. Another bridge brought us back to our hotel.
For supper, we went to the TESCO next to the hotel and picked up cold cuts, cheese and rolls to make sandwiches.
Before long it was 9:00 and time for bed.
On July 26 we made arrangements for a walking tour of Prague. After we ate in the hotel, the tour shuttle collected us at the hotel. We then went through ...
Last full day in Prague! I wish I could stay the rest of the month but am excited for the next stop, Budapest. We've heard rave reviews from other backpackers. We took today a little bit easier. Our go, go, go excitement is starting to catch up with us. Can't hang like I'm 21 anymore. We had another amazing lunch at a local Czech restaurant. I had pork, cabbage, and potato dumplings. We haven't had one bad meal here. Everything is so flavorful! For 110 CZK ($5), we were able to climb ...
... change platforms and be on the train. Don't like our chances somehow. We printed a map of each city to tell us how to get to our accommodation. Well I explained about the one in Copenhagen, well this was nearly on a par. We exited the station to be told we needed to be at the front entrance for the road we needed, so back we went, up two levels and out the front. Yes this was the road, the only trouble was we needed to go down quite a ...