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Travel Blogs from Prague
... German bakery to grab some lunch which we ate on the steps of a small grassy park area next to the castle walls.
On our drive to the next stop, Ness had suggested taking the the B roads to experience a bit of natural scenery. I'm glad she did! - they were gorgeous soft windy roads surrounded by manicured fields and random farm houses. The sun was shining, our music was playing and I got that excited buzz to feel free on one of our road trips, with ...
... The tram didn’t stop where we thought it would, so we ended up running a long way to get there in time.
We met our tour guide Jana and group at the astronomical clock. She had the funniest accent ever, which made it quite hard to understand at the start. She loved to extenuate random words, as if to be comical, for example, 'Ere you can ziiiiiii the church of saint jaaaaaamessss.’ She was a fantastic guide though, and a lovely lady.
She taught ...
... downtown and find various entertaining things to do. One night we ate dinner at a place with a “caveman” theme; there were saber-tooth tiger skins on the walls, and there was even wooly mammoth on the menu (cryopreserved for millions of years and then reheated over the open fire with a touch of garlic). A different night at a traditional Czech restaurant I was served a mountain of salad and a giant portion of risotto, enough to feed a wooly ...
... meal at the hostel and went to get another Czech beer. Canada girl packed because she is going to Berlin today. She joked that I could come with. I hate always saying goodbye after one day.
Day 4: So This morning I woke up and I decided that if her friend has a place for me to sleep, ill go to Berlin with her today. She invited me, might as well go for it. So I wont get my hopes up but I did pack up my stuff. Ill keep you all updated on this.
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... the city, especially the historic centre, which is near to where I'm staying. Most, if not all, schools were closed today, and authorities are saying to avoid any non-essential travel - not much I can do about that since I'm already here though. I just hope I can get out of the city when I head to Berlin on Thursday... Apparently the waters will peak tomorrow morning (not this morning as I orgiinally thought) and then ...
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