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Travel Blogs from Prague
... I arrive at Stanstead airport (thinking he's taking me to Scotland). But, walking into Stanstead airport I was greeted by 7 of my wonderful friends holding a surprise banner, shouting happy birthday we are off to Prague! (at this point I was crying too much to get my head around going on a plane to Prague) A couple hours later we landed in Prague- greeted by a pent ...
... of salt and happily dance to any music without getting affected,
The truth however is that huge part of us started dancing the tango because:
we are seeking for something
we want to improve
we want to heal our old wounds
we want to find love(r)
we want to just have fun
we want to explore our possibilities
we want to enjoy the music and our musicality
we appreciate the instruments
we enjoy the lyrics
we want to have ...
Hotel Cerny Slon in Prague will be the last hotel we'll stay in on our journey across Central Europe. The hotel dates back to the 14th century and is a family owned and operated hotel. It is listed as one of the UNESCO heritage sights. It is located in the heart of Old Town near the Astronomical Clock tower. When we got here Saturday night the square was alive with all kinds of activity, food vendors, singers, souvenir vendors, actors, and ...
... tower- after scaling this giant the whole of Prague was presented as a sprawling, magnificent micro-city against the surrounding green Czech hills.
On the very long trek back to the hostel, me and Alex took a detour in a desperate search for a cake to celebrate Ethan's 18th birthday that night. After about ten shops, and having nearly considered sticking the candles in some biscuits, we miraculously stumbled across some ...
... one who got charged.
We continued to explore the various streets in and around the square and enjoyed lunch at the George and Dragon, which abutted the Square's venue and offered more British style fair.
After much more walking and site seeing, we ended up at home, exhausted after a walk filled day, including the 105 steps back up to the flat!