Alchymist Nosticova Palace
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... comprising several courtyards, the Royal Garden, two churches and much more. Watched the changing of the guard from a distance, accompanied by military band. Guards wear powder blue uniforms, designed in 1984 by a movie costume designer to replace the previous khaki.
We walked slowly through two courtyards and the Royal Gardens, then the magnificent St Vitus Cathedral. Inspected St Wenceslas Chapel (tomb too, not visible). ...
... thing that was like a tube. As I'm writing this the weather has again turned to thunder which is cool. It also looks as if we are going to hit up the clubs again. I thing this time it will be a different one, there is talk some some 5 level pub with all different things. Might be fun. Yay for FOMO.... arg. Update: the 5 storey club was pretty decent. People can still smoke inside which it's disgusting. It's like going to the nard 8 years ago , I ...
... everything is so cheap so got a few things and john found a pair of jeans that he loves. Had tea with a couple that finish the tour tomorrow, was average though, not worth what we paid. The idea was to have an early night but after reorganising the suitcases, it didn't ...
... the rest when I saw the house. I'd even signed a contract with her. She's/he's a low life motherfbeeeeeep! But anyway, it ruined my time in Prague. But I thought it's only fair to give Prague a second chance, and I'm glad I did. In the morning I walked to the old town and joined the free walking tour. I had this guy named John as my guide and he was great, so funny and quick-witted, and also with a lot of knowledge about Prague and the Czech Republic. I saw the astronomical ...
... shady streets to get to the closest Metro, and we both agreed it wouldn’t be fun to be in that area late at night.
We got ready at hostel and then took a tram into town, where we were meeting Joanna’s medical friends (also holidaying) at a restaurant called Svejk. They were late and we were confused by how big the place was, but we finally found them and went downstairs out of the smoking area. I met Sasha, Pariza, Mohit, Amanda and Nara. They were ...