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... the weather hadn’t improved much when I got there. However, that didn’t stop me from grabbing an umbrella and heading out to visit the world famous beer halls of Hofbrauhaus and Augustiner. The former is probably the most famous beer hall in the world, and had the tourist masses, souvenir shop and Bavarian oompah band to prove it. The latter was a bit more traditional and folksy in my eyes, and I think I preferred the more low-key atmosphere. ...
... rebuild after the building was partially destroyed in the war. The Germans amaze me with their technology. The dome has an metal cone in the centre of it that both takes stale air out of the building and collects rain and snow preventing it from falling in the building meanwhile the heat from the stale air is captured and used to heat the building. We then walked around more sights, regularly getting lost, mostly because of blocked roads, we had lunch in ...
... services that together along with surface buses make up what we were to come to find out is a very formidable mass transit offering, rivaling even London. We were also soon to discover that to make the most out of it we could not rely on Google Maps for guidance as it seemed to ignore the U trains more often than not even when they provided a significantly faster and more direct path to a destination.
First stop was to meet our airBNB host. We had rented ...
Just a nice building by the water.
And a nice bridge. Well a bit of the bridge anyway. I must remind myself to take more photos. It's not as if these were the most impressive buildings I saw on the day.
I think this is a museum. There are always a few buskers here and the usual hippie crowd that always hangs around this sort of place. It makes it lively but it also unfortunately lends ...
... photos but they don't do it justice unfortunately. Prague This is a beautiful city of 1.3 million with some of the most magnificent architecture. Since the iron curtain fell in 1989 and tourism and investment poured in turning the previously ramshackle Communist capital of Czech Republic (founded at end of WW1) into a buzzing western metropolis. The city was devastated by the nazi troops, but has managed to rebuild and maintain much of its stunning ...
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