At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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A Blog from Prague!
Yes, I know it is cheezy, but it was right there! I had to. My blog is so uneventful that I had to get a laugh somehow. We spent the past four nights in Prague, Czech Republic. Everything I had read suggested that this was one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and the authors were right. It is spectacular.
On the 12th, after our visit to Auschwitz, we drove to a small town in ...
... as well. The Charles Bridge is one of the most beautiful bridges in the world. It has 30 large sculptures one it connects the Old Town to the Lesser Town on the other side of the river. Tomorrow Jason and I plan on taking a walk on this famous bridge to check out the sculptures and the grand towers on either end of it.
As promised at the beginning of our tour, Declan saved the story of the liberation of the Czech Republic for the very end of our tour. ...
... upriver and then back down getting great views of the waterfront and bridges. Another beautiful day comes to a glorious end.
At first light the next morning, we head our separate ways, exploring the Old and Lesser Towns before the hoards of tourist awaken. The Old Town Square is empty except for a few young people left over from the previous night and Japanese newly weds taken photos in front of the Old City Hall....shades of Waikiki ...
... Our blue jeans now have a slightly orang hue...and smell like ham. Mmm, ham jeans. I am so full of beer, sausage and popcorn that the thought of dinner makes my brain hurt. I guess the girls felt the same way because we skipped more food and came right back to the hostel after the movie. I keep thinking of that Jim Gaffigan bit where he asks, "Have you ever been so full that you can't possibly take even one more bite? (pause for dramatic effect) Isn't that the BEST???" ...
... it was a real treat to have cream cheese and blueberry!
Most of our city touring centered around the Old Town Square. It was surrounded by old buildings and in the middle of the square was home to street performers being statues or singing or doing magic tricks. I was attacked by a man dressed as an elephant here, but at least he hit Katie with his trunk to make me feel better about the heart attack he gave me. We walked along famed St. Charles Bridge ...