Courtyard Prague Airport
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Everyone knows that round trip flights are cheaper than 2 one-way flights. Since the places we wanted to visit on this trip were more of a zig-zag than circular, we decided to fly from Dubrovnik back to Prague for the return trip home (train would have taken more than 24 hours...no way!). Getting that situated was a mess. Our original flight was …
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 …
... being a hair model (A disaster I tell you, a disaster) and it was certainly never going to happen again. Fortunately, he was merely using it to blunt the ends. But as I was sighing relief, I glanced over to Mattijs whose hairdresser seemed to be having a tad of a tantrum and seemingly couldn’t stop shaving Mattijs’ head with increasing vigour.
By the time he’d finished massacring Mattijs’ locks, the latter looked positively unimpressed in ...
Today is our last full day in Prague. We went for a run, not sure how accurate my running app is but it says we did 7km. Hopefully we can keep up the running, feels nice to get some exercise. We have no plans for the day but we have a bunch of czech currency to get rid off. We had croissants and eggs for breakfast then got ready and hung out on the couch for a bit. We ...
... got a yummy Mongolian BBQ lunch.
After lunch we went for a wander and came across Prague's oldest bar, so of course we stopped for a drink. It was a beautiful art deco place, tiny! Loved it!
We got a bit of steam up and walked down to the old Jewish quarter and checked out the Jewish Museum and a number of Synagogues. The museum was quite an experience, it is a very simple monument to the people who "went missing" during the ...