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... too much. It reminded me of back when I was 18 and you could smoke at the pub, your eyes would sting along with your clothes and hair stinking.
After a decent sleep in, Kitto was still keen to get her hands on one of those elusive pies. She had found ash's website with all the other locations selling his pies and had also emailed him, asking if we could buy a couple directly off him, to cook at the hostel, keen!
We set out on a wild goose ...
... I wanted to return to the hostel but Sophie insisted that we go to a brewery to watch the football. We drowned our sorrows in beer as we watched England come to another defeat. We began the next day with a walking tour, to get to grips with the city. Our hilarious guide, Karel, took us around all the main sites, including the Old Town square, the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, Wenceslas square and the Jewish Quarter. His enthusiastic ...
... bishop had been hearing the queens confessions and the king wanted to know about them but the bishop didn’t tell the king so the king chucked him over the bridge this made him a hero and a saint. After all of that we went back home to rest. When it became lunch time we left the apartment and went searching for a place to have lunch. After a while we stumbled across a WW2 museum that was about Operation Anthropoid where the Czech paratroopers ...
... central Europe for display in Josefov.
After the tour we meandered around the city a bit more, before having a relaxing early evening in the hostel. We then went out to dinner at the same restaurant we went to the first night with Radim because we thought it was so good. We then headed to Karlovy Lazne, a five story club where each level plays a different type of music including chill, dance, oldies, todays hits, and R&B hip hop. About halfway through the ...
The next day we got up early for breakfast at eight. We wanted to see as much of the city as possible before meeting up with our school group, so we grabbed some breakfast and I scribbled some quick post cards to send home. Our first stop was the Prague Castle where we visited St. Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Castle, the Golden Road, and the Dungeons. It was absolutely beautiful and you could feel the history seeping ...