Alchymist Nosticova Palace
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... its shut for updating! Lesson 6: always check places are open before heading to them. We opt for an ice cream instead. 10/10. We head back to hotel, where we decide to venture a little further along to the curvy building, friends retire to their room. The building to be honest is a bit of an anti-climax and now I just want to chill in the room. We stop for a quick coffee and lemonade in one of the cafes opposite and then go back to the room to chill. Q: ...
... No matter, gave us all time to wake and get super ready for the day.
Breakfast was a lovely affair with bacon and boiled eggs (OMG - how I have missed thee), feral , toast, ham, cheeses and meats, Danishs and yoghurt. Being Australian we also decided to use some of the breakfast fixings to make ourselves some buns for lunch, so in the midst of juice and coffee and eggs, we also made ham and cheese rolls, wrapped up in serviettes!
... cold of winter would give us a chance to see one of the most architecturally beautiful cities in the world without contending with the hoards of tourists and party animals that invade this former Eastern Bloc capital in the warmer months (and since Prague is consistently ranked at the top of the list for pickpockets we thought sub zero temperatures might hinder their dexterity?). We traded in our safari gear for hats, gloves, boots, and coats (after 3 years of travel ...
... together as one, and yet not let go of our diversity. When I studied anthropology in school years ago, I chose to learn about the world because I loved all the complex differences it had to offer. The more I saw and read though, I realized that we were 'losing' past cultures, and becoming much more homogenous.... it made me quite sad actually. That being said, I think we do need to find more common ground so we can actually live together as one. The ...
... the main square of the Little Quarter to a restaurant located in the former town hall, sampling our first of many Pilsner Urquell and Czech spicy goulash. Czech food is very basic - mostly meat and dumplings, but tasty. From there it was off to the Prague Castle on Tram #22. We could have walked, but that would have meant hundreds of stairs, since the castle looms over the town. Our first stop was St. Vitus Cathedral, with it's imposing Gothic Architecture. First started in ...