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Today is it- the final day. My feet are SO ready for me to sit for 10 hours! It's been a lot of walking, but it has been worth it. What a trip. Today I woke up in Vienna! Jeanne and I took the train to Stephanplatz and walked down to the Hofburg Palace. We wandered around, marveling at the opulence of our surroundings. Then it was time to visit the …
... people after one of Prague's famous pub crawls, decided to climb into the sculpture and scare a passerby. The woman who put her head inside while these drunkards were inside had such a shock that she almost cracked her skull open on a nearby bench when she fell. As a result of that, the hole is now closed, but the sculpture still remains.
The other sculpture is more interesting in my opinion. It's of a headless giant with a man sitting on his shoulders. ...
... As many guidebooks and locals will encourage, an early morning or late evening visit to Karluv Most (Charles Bridge) is preferred. Meg and I had already planned a sunrise visit, so a visit today at 10:30am was not a deal breaker. Perhaps the masses are larger during peak summer travel, but early on we found pockets of minimal crowds. The icons overlooking the bridge are mesmerizing, some more ornate then its neighbor. Pictures can be difficult at this time of day with ...
... walk down to the Charles Bridge and the old town. It is very quiet up here, but is nice to be away from the crowds, and an easy tram ride back up the hill. We walked around the old town during the afternoon and discovered it is easy to get lost, that the Czech language is very difficult to master and Prague would be even more beautiful without all the tourists. Just before turning for home, the heavens ...
... seemed a little warmer and way better than in Berlin. That evening we had another walking tour of the city. Because it started a little earlier in the evening and that afternoon was warmer, I didn't think I would need to dress as warm as I did in Berlin..... but of course, I was wrong once again. If anything I learned over this week was to never trust my senses with the weather, because I always seem to get it wrong. Despite my toes slowly becoming numb throughout the ...