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With help from my colleague in CZ, I was able to tour the Prague city with much ease. Went to the city centre on the first day but was raining 3/4 of the day, then to Karlstein and went hiking to see the Velka Amerika. That was a 8-10km hike in the rain as it was pouring during hiking and only the time when i was hiking. I hiked for around 2 hours …
... the riverbank there. Then we crossed back via a different bridge to get a nice view of all of the statues along the Charles Bridge. We needed to find Kat and Maddy for dinner but had a bit of time to kill, so we went inside the Medieval Torture Museum just off the square and next to Madam Tussaud's. It was a massive laugh, so many dodgy displays with what we thought were very likely to be surplus stock from the waxworks next door, as we are certain we spotted the ...
... countless church spires to remain. We arrived at the city quite late in the afternoon on our first day and only managed to do a quick orientation walk through the city, however the following day was beautiful sunshine and we got to explore the jewish neighbourhood (josefov), prague castle, the lennon wall and the charles bridge connecting the 'old town' with the 'lesser town'. We also saw the memorial for Jan Palich, the university student whom set ...
... radish (grated). Leicester didn't think it was hot enough and so ordered more and the three blokes got stuck in. After chewing it for a moment or two, the reaction kicked in and it was so funny to watch. Still give them their dues they ate the lot! We have really enjoyed our time in Prague and of course it was invaluable having a Czech Chick with us! Being so central and feeling part of such a beautiful city was a great experience and one which will stay with us all for a very long ...
... when you see the old cemetery that is now several meters above street level with tombs very close together and in weird positions, all because of the 12 layers or bodies buried there; that's all the space they had. It's also quite funny how this whole area, once the poorest, now is home of all the rich stores like Prada, Gucci, Rolex, etc. We them went to see the powder tower, the municipal building and the new town. We saw the square that was ...