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Travel Blogs from Prague
... trees at different stages of loosing their leaves. Everything was so colourful! I walked back slowly in time to meet the stragglers, then I took them to Bakehouse, the bakery I'd been to the day before on the walking tour. We had a delicious lunch there, I had 3 different types of salads with lots of veggies, Natan had an amazing croissant and Elle got a quiche with pumpkin and feta on top. Delicious! We met our tour guide at the square, and ...
... wanted to do in Prague. We got up for our cruise on the river with lunch. That was pretty good, it had some included drinks, I'm getting quite good at drinking wine, WOO!! Plus we got to see some sweet things along the river. I'm still really enjoying seeing all the stone carvings everywhere. So there's a few pictures of picturesque Prague. We headed back into town to check out the main square to wander about. ...
Esta vez, poco comentario. El video lo dice todo: Gabriel y Camila disfrutando de burbujas gigantes en la plaza central en la Ciudad Vieja en Praga.
El video es en realidad una composición de más de 600 fotos consecutivas que tomé hoy tratando de captar la secuencia de movimientos.
Camila fue la inspiración porque después del Museo del Comunismo, y otras ...
... have gone overboard.
Afterwards we - mostly I - laughed pretty hard about the whole thing, but Josh does have a bruise on his lower back today. Excluding that, the cruise was really great. Unfortunately, the camera died as soon as we got on the boat, so we don't have any pictures of the night.
Yesterday, we had planned to finally go on our free tour. When we got there was found out they only had one English speaking tour guide for about 70 people and they were ...
... down the staircase leading to the Metro when we came across a sign to the Furstenburg Gardens. I had read you could walk through the gardens to the metro station instead of taking the stairs down. The gardens are easy to miss if you are not looking for them. You enter the gardens by going into a small cafe and buying a ticket from the gentleman behind the counter. He then opens a door next to him to let you into the garden then locks it behind you. ...
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