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... and we rested there with a cold Czech beer. Another bridge brought us back to our hotel.
For supper, we went to the TESCO next to the hotel and picked up cold cuts, cheese and rolls to make sandwiches.
Before long it was 9:00 and time for bed.
On July 26 we made arrangements for a walking tour of Prague. After we ate in the hotel, the tour shuttle collected us at the hotel. We then went through ...
... snacks. We got into Prague early enough to have a quick lunch at the hotel--a delicious buffet (and I usually hate buffets, except for breakfast) and then we were off on a walking tour of Prague given by local guides.
Before the tour, we had a chance to freshen up in our rooms which ended up being suites. Ann Marie told us on the bus that the rooms were going to be small and we all fell for it which ...
... traditional deities. The facial expressions in the paintings were intense, very characteristic of his style. The dark wood in the room focused the eyes to the bright paintings on the domed ceiling, giving the entire room a dreamlike tone. It was very impressive. The following rooms included a smoking room and another hall used for balls or other gala events. When the tour ended, I went down to the basement to check out the ...
... they were trying really hard not to laugh.
We stopped off at the Rudolfinum, a music auditorium, situated on Jan Palach Square (named after the 21 year old who immolated himself in 1969 to protest against the Soviet occupation, whom I wrote about yesterday). The building had awesome statues of famous composers on the top, such as Mozart, Bach, Handel and Beethoven.
We walked over a bridge to the other side of the Vltava River. ...
I ended up staying in Prague for a fair while..... Prague itself is beautiful, and just like in Vienna, each building seems to be its own piece of art. What I wasn't expecting was the sheer amount of tourists that were there. Being the end of the season, I naively thought that there would be less people there. However, as I walked the 10 minutes from my hostel to the old town square for the free walking tour (on my first day) I found myself ...