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... no idea about these things, the whole complex looks like a hodge podge of unrelated buildings, nothing like a castle at all :). There are palace guards at both main entrances. I went through the Lobkowicz Palace, the only privately owned building there. It is a very worthwhile tour with a huge armament collection, porcelain, paintings, music room and family chapel. I wandered into another building and was gruffly told to "exit, ...
... pictures with bulky iPads
The Astronomical Clock - Very hard to photograph what it does. I dare say Google or Utube
will have a video of it.
The Folklore Band - 2 violins, 1 cello and 1 on the early piano.
No spillage! - He had a pourer of white in 1 arm and red in the other. We presumed he cleaned his fingers.
It's thirsty work being in a band. - She had 3 mouthfuls. The men declined - they must be beer drinkers.
The tasting glass - Not your normal 20 odd ml we ...
Up early for another fab breakfast. Weather minus 3. It's stopped snowing . We decided to go public and see Prague on the trams. Off we go. The tram system is easy to use and it covers a wide area. The maps are easy to read and we can hop on and off and use any tram. Simple. We wanted to go out of the tourist area and see more local places. We ...
... pub and walked toward a very well known statue called “****” interesting subject. From there we walked to the streetcar, got a ticket from the metro station nearby, and rode the street car up the hill to the castle. Admission to the Castle and grounds was 350 Krownes (Krs) which was about 12 dollars. Disable persons get in free and I produced my Veterans Affairs Administration card and was able to score the disabled fare of zero. There were a special ...
After a bus trip from Munich, I arrived in Prague late in the evening. I was staying in Prague for three nights while Bridget was on her way to Barcelona where I would meet her.
My hostel it turned out was not close to the centre of the city and I had to catch a train and then a tram.
On my first day in Prague I did a walking tour. The hostel advertised that they would take you to the walking tour meeting place if a minimum of five ...