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... the old town for the walking tour. We have done these tours in most of the city's we have been to all over Europe. While waiting for our tour to start, we over heard another Australian, tour guide talking with a guy about how many pies he wanted to order that week. Ofcourse this got our attention, Kitto and I had been craving a meat pie for ages. In Europe, their pies are made from filo pastry filled with cheese and spinach, good, but not an Aussie meat pie. ...
... emotions the prisoners had when being led into this area.
The virtual tour is online: https://www.hrad.cz/en/prague-castle/vi rtual-tour/index.shtml
We met Dieter and Inge, not where we’d arranged but actually in the bathroom at the Lobkowicz Palace, just next to the castle. Since it was time for a late lunch we found a restaurant on a terrace overlooking the city.
After lunch we wanted to pick up some champagne and ...
... her why everyone seemed so cold then, and she said that most people are so afraid to speak English when you try, because they are really embarrassed that they are not good enough, so half the time they don't try. I couldn't get over that! Normally we appreciate when people try to speak our language, given that it's not mandatory for us to learn anything else in school and are basically screwed if we try to go to a country where no ...
... the months. Every hour, there is a clockwork show of figures of the Apostles and notably a figure of Death striking the time. We were also able to see Wenceslas Square (the finance district), the national museum, and the jewish quarters called Josefov. The tour was a large group of about 20 people; we chatted with various people including a couple from Texas, a trio from Poland, and a few people from Brazil. There was one particularly pushy Indian couple in their 50s/60s ...
... our stuff it we needed. We stashed our stuff in our hostel and then hit the city.
Courtney, Rachel, Melissa, and I all went to explore the classic sites in Prague, namely the Charles Bridge. After a bit of confusion and the help of a very nice police officer, we got on the right path to the bridge, but were quickly distracted by a restaurant and some souvenir shops. At the restaurant we all got one of the local beers and ...