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... complex histories from once outlawed churches to the remains of buildings damaged in WWII and additionally the oldest working clock in the world. We also got quick history lesson about the significance of bohemia as it is known its influence on European culture, notably the contribution to the poetry and music that spawned the now common term, Bohemian.Moving out of the square we got a look at the remains of the old city wall and powder gate, before wandering past ...
... shark suit outside the massage parlour scaring innocent victims as they passed. We caught the tram back together and bid farewell to our new kiwi companions, yet again it was not easy to say good bye to these friends we meet along the way!
We head back to our room and we meet a new buddy who is going onto our Rhapsody trek in the morning!
But that’s all for now
Tune in next time for another installment of Ash and Briony’s amazing European ...
... Then, the guy, in perfect Czech, gave me a detailed explanation of how to get to somewhere, and added some quite impressive gesticulations as well...... But, as my eyes followed the direction in which he pointed, something rang a bell to say that it bore some similarity to the camp's web-site directions, something about "over the levee bank" and so, despite protestations to the contrary from the Chief Navigator, I followed the general direction he'd ...
... up the hill, overlooking the city could have been Cinderella's castle. The stories about rich and poor and nobility could have taken place in any of the manors on the cobblestone streets of Prague. Even the swans in the lake could have been the ugly duckling swans. (Yeah, I know Hans Christian Anderson isn't from Prague, but it doesn't matter.) The city was just so incredible. I understand why everybody wants to come here.
Actually, I ...
... empty of life in parts and a general sense of oppression. We stopped for a quick snack at McDonalds, our first time, and then finished the trip . We had to park our car in an underground long term car park and then walk to our accommodation. We’d packed just what we needed for one night and loaded ourselves up and made our way through the streets of Prague. We were pleased about the car parking. It felt very secure, we spotted a ...