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... 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">We decided that it was hotel time. We are staying at the Hotel Melantrich, which is about a block from the Mustek metro station right downtown in the middle of things. It's a lot nicer than what I usually stay in, but was also reasonably priced, despite the great location and great quality.
... need more than 5 minutes on the highest observation deck, but the views remain for a lifetime. An open day, but busy overall as Meg and I hoofed it for six hours. The maps from the guidebooks and hotels are handy, but it pays to get off the beaten path. You may call it getting lost, but from time to time it's the best way to find a cafe or place of interest you never read of. Prague has treated Meg and I wonderfully, everyday is a sense of a new adventure and new places to be ...
... people walking to find ourselves at the Charles Bridge. This bridge was an amusement in itself with a gauntlet of statues lining each side of the bridge and an abundance of stalls with various road side artists offering portraits/caricatures.
We had a traditional Czech lunch and ended the day with Karaoke in the Fusion Bar.
... out of town by her epic cheese eating ability. She just had the fried cheese, no potatoes or bread, I wouldn't have made it halfway through my cheese if it wasn't for the potatoes. After lunch I got distracted by a sale at Promod ... then quickly realized the time and scooted back to my hostel to get changed as I had an afternoon of ballet ahead of me! The ballet was in the State Opera House, the theatre was absolutely stunning, kind of like the royal theatre in Victoria but ...
... The Spanish synagogue was the nicest of them but the cathedrals and churches I've seen put it to shame. I think the best part of the quarter was the cemetery. I felt a sadness and cultural connection there that I haven't felt in a long time. I headed to the train station and used the last of my czech money to buy a few snacks for the train. At first I shared a compartment with 3 then 4 czech people who spoke almost no English. They got off the train and were ...