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... the Guard, (which a couple were using as a backdrop for their wedding photos).
Prague is famous for its concerts, and we finished the day at the Sladkovsky Hall in the Municipal House. The Prague Chamber Orchestra performed The Four Seasons, Canon in D, Hungarian Dance No 5, and Gypsy Airs, all familiar, and all brilliantly played. I was especially taken with the charmingly handsome lead violinist.
... to the castle, enabling us to leave the luggage there for most of the day. I chatted with a young couple with baby in pram on the tram and they suggested getting off earlier and walking to the castle through the park, which we did. The castle was absolutely magnificent, awe inspiring. After a couple of hours exploring only a small part of it we walked a different way back to the tram and noticed what seemed like a ...
... Modern Family and various shoot em’ up films. Highlight of the day would have defiantly been the XXL burrito. Really hit the spot! I had to say goodbye to Gem at around 3pm as she went off to Berlin. It was ok I would see her in a couple of days. It really was a bit of a wasted day but we had partied till late into the night and none of us minded too much.
The final day in Prague and I was keen to see a few more things. I was in a dorm room by myself (the ...
Prague is definitely one of our favourite stops on the trip. Our hostel was conveniently located next to the 'beer museum' which was more of a pub but had 30 beers on tap which we made most of our way through. We did another free walking tour around the city's old city centre, Jewish quarter and watched the astronomical clock. Prague's architecture and cobbled streets makes ...
... about our minor delays. Another friend from school, Kristor, was able to meet us at the station and take us around for a few hours before he left for Vienna. Although it was raining profusely, we were able to walk through most of the major sites in about half a day. Note: Praha is really small, and if you know where to go for food, you can experience almost everything in a weekend trip.
There are two parts of the city interesting for tourists: old town and lesser town. Old ...