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... rising over the city - very special.
Our impressions of Prague? It is a genuinely beautiful city, oozing in character with its immaculately preserved and painted buildings and secretive laneways. Our only regret was not being able to properly explore the Jewish quarter (we forgot about the Sabbath and tried to visit it today). The crowds of tourists are also a bit wearing, but it is a small price to pay. Overall it is a stunning city well deserving of its UNESCO listing.
... underground Metro trains. What a breeze. Such an excellent service, thanks to the previous communist government apparently. Watching how the train system gobbled up thousands of concert goers, after the show, and then spat them out, elsewhere in the city, was a sight to behold!
So, we are now packed and ready to head off to the airport, for our long flights home.
We are signing off from Prague and hope to see you all soon.
Ciao for now.
As soon as my plane landed to Czech Republic and the air hostess announced that it was 25 degrees outside the board, I knew that the trip to Prague was going to be unforgettable. I’ve never been in Europe before so it was a huge change for me. By saying different I mean the culture, the way people were dressed and even the buildings were so unusual. Our Hotel was unbelievably beautiful and was located almost in the ...
Got my all my tickets printed out.. I got as much of the school work done as I could (I'm still surprised by that tbh). I got all my physics stuff packed and ready and I still have one more exam to go to like two hours before my train leaves.
I still haven't realized I'm going somewhere. AGAIN. When you get spontaneous ideas like this, you don't really realize you're going somewhere until you actually get off a train/ bus/ plane in a different country/ city and then ...
... the square, we came across a jazz band that was playing. They were called, Jazz No Problem, nod they were fantastic. The main singer sounded just like Frank Sinatra and I love me some jazz music. We stayed and watched them for a bit. Then we just looked around the square for awhile to take it all in. Our journey took us to the Jewish Quarters of Prague. Most of the Jewish ghetto is gone from WWII, but they have some of the synagogues that survived. We ended up spending ...