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... asked this guy, Ash, about his pies. It turns out he made short cut pastry meat pies, just like back home and we could buy these from a number of outlets over Prague.
Our walking tour guide was named Chris. He was a huge Scott's man who had lived in Prague for the past 5 years. He was very informative and told us all sorts of facts, from Prague's former nazi and communist days, right through to things like, the Czechs invented the sugar cube, ...
... to the top of the steps and were able to recover in the Royal Gardens. The caste itself is the largest medieval castle in the world. At it's centre, is the spectacular St. Vilnus Cathedral. Once again, we thought it necessary to climb it's lookout tower, in order to get another perspective of Prague. This view allowed us to see the sheer size of the castle and the beautiful city below. I think it was my favourite of the lot. We finished our time ...
... to restaurant.
The most memorable part of the whole shebang actually comes from the Czech people's way of putting up with these Communist era shena****ns. As you will see from the photograph, the Stalin figure is one at the front of a group of 8 (four each side) figures representing variously the brave Russian soldiers who liberated Czechoslovakia, rural folk and no doubt brave tractor drivers of the Soviet Union. In their own inimitable style, the ...
... the cathedral with the Indian couple nearby, but when we arrived, we saw no one else from our group. We avidly looked around for Martin, and were about to give up. However, right then he appeared with the rest of the group. They decided to take a detour before heading to the cathedral, which we did not see because of the frenzy of rain and umbrellas. We joined back in the tour and were able to hear the history of the cathedral and other parts of the castle such as ...
... young people and students moved here.
In 1993, Czechoslovakia split into two countries, and Prague became the capital city of the new Czech Republic.
Our travel group departed for Prague at 8:30am, and arrived after 4:30pm.
We spent three nights in Prague.