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... 8217;t discredit all the wonderful friendships I have found in my life that I am very lucky to have, but when moving to a new place it makes me feel a little more alone around artists. I have found the people I have felt most at home with are people who are interested in travel and expanding their minds and their world view. So I am heading back to Prague to the Madhouse Hostel for their 3 year anniversary party. I decided while I am only a 15 dollar bus ride away ...
... watched the changing of the guards ceremony at noon. There was a wicked church inside the castle that looked very eerie from the outside with carvings and gargoyles on the outside...inside there were HUGE stain glass windows..It was called St Vitus Cathedral. I was kicked out if the church because I had brought a coffee in... oops..
We will be putting up a few videos soon.. they are ready we just have to download them to youtube..
Anyways so far Prague is our favourite City!
... and soak in the hustle of Prague. Monday, August 26 It's our final day and a bitter sweet moment. Coming into "VanHam Eurocation," I didn't know what to expect of Prague. My only knowledge base of the Czech Republic surrounded Bill Muarry in "Stripes," the occasional interview with a Czech athlete or random news story. Since Thursday, I have learned so much more and have a fond appreciation for the people, the nation and its rich history. Yesterday we experienced ...
... of cocktails). Prague is magical, with ancient churches, universities, sculptures, historic bridges, scenic cafes and lots of music.
The city is split by the Vltava River, which provides a venue for lots of tour boats. The Charles Bridge spans the river from the "Lesser Town" to the "Old Town". This bridge was built by Charles IV, the Holy Roman Emperor who made Prague the capital of Bohemia and the Holy Roman Empire in the 1300's. ...
... was quite beautiful and at the top of a hill looking over the city. The time we tried to take a tour the people didn't shoe up which was disappointing, but we went on an amazing tour to a nearby town called Kutna Hora.
We went to a Church better known as the bone church or Ossuary. The entire interior was decorated with real honest to God human remains. The skeletal remains of over 40,000 people are used. About 30,000 of these bodies came from people ...