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Travel Blogs from Prague
... but Prague is a magnificent and inspiring city. This Christmas there lay no snow in Prague "deep and crisp and even," as in the carol of Good King Wenceslas, but in the history, the music, the designs, the politics, and the warmth of the people there is a generosity that fulfils the promise: "Therefore, Christian men be sure. Wealth or rank possessing. Ye who now will bless the poor. Shall yourselves find blessing." ...
... jersey to wear in what we expect to be the cooler climate of Helsinki.
On the way back to the hotel, Marion decided she wanted an ice cream. We went up to what we thought was an ice cream stand in Wenceslas Square and found it was something quite different. Instead we saw tiny little (pea-sized) balls and asked to taste them, Marion chose melon balls. They were green and yellow and looked like peas and corn. The taste ...
... 3 already and last night a guy was walking around with a bucket of it at like 4 in the morning. So then we napped then went to meet up with Paul and Iman at their apartments and they are beautiful fully ikea furnished places but about 4 times what we payed so I'm fine with our dorm type rooms. Then we went to dinner at cafe Victoria with Nadia, Iman, Megan and Paul. The food and wine here is exquisite. Then we walked around Old Town square and got to ...
... us a lot about the rather interesting history of The Czech Republic. The weather could have been nicer for a walking tour as we were hit with the odd shower of rain, Rhys was getting annoyed with the umbrella’s, well the owners to the umbrella’s, who had no sense of where their umbrella was i.e. In Rhys’ face!
Prague is a beautiful city with a full history, it is amazing how with all the wars and occupations the city has witnessed, how many of the ...
Apparently it would take him up to 10 years to save enough top travel.
We tried to explain to him how lucky he was to live in such a beautiful
city. But all he said was "That is because you are tourist. If you live
here one month you will see not so good". Once again we were reminded
that everything we see and experience is from a position of privilege,
which can be far different from the reality of being a local.