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... the old town tower, which gave us the most amazing views over the city. Prague is full of tourists which means it's only going to get worse the next 2 months, seeing and doing things are becoming mini battles and take so long! We went for a traditional sausage for lunch, perfect on a cold day! Then we wandered around the told town square, we went into st Nicolas church, it has an amazing chandler in the middle! Then we went into a little market, full of souvenirs. ...
... and everything else that I saw just kind off fell into place. The good thing was, this entire process was made easy cuz within the first hour, I had easily found Americans. So it gave us a reason to stick together cuz neither of us spoke the local language. The first interesting experience came at the end of the Castle trip. After checking out the architecture and churches on top, the time had now come for a quick lunch break. And for any future Prague ...
Skies are gray this morning and a light rain brings out umbrellas. I think this is an appropriate condition for our visit to the past in the Jewish Quarter of Prague. The Jewish Museum was founded in 1906 and has weathered difficult times under both Nazi and Communist rule. Prague was home to more than 35,000 Jews at the beginning of WWII; most ...
... Jewish synagogue, the oldest one in Europe. Hitler wanted the Jewish ghetto to be a museum for a future extinct race. Thereby preserving Prague from the ravages of war.
Charles Bridge, the most sturdy bridge in Europe. The iconic Charles bridge was built in 1430s and was probably the only bridge in Europe that has never been destroyed. Rumor has it that King Charles IV consulted a numerologist for the construction of the bridge. Another rumor was that, ...
... like 40 other girls who were doing the same. We made it to the floor in time for the start and then it was 8 hours of straight techno and house from then on. There were four huge faces that moved around the arena and one huge globe in the middle. People on the floor were allowed to dance on the stage under the DJ booth so Dani and I spent most if our time there. It was awesome. We had like ten vodka red bulls to stay awake and man did our stomachs hate us the next day. ...
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