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First thing this morning Adriana and I made our way to a Czech post office to send some stuff home. Our suitcases have been bursting at the seams and getting more and more impossible to close every day, so it was time to bite the bullet. The one good thing was the price, which was very reasonable. Otherwise we had a very interesting time managing the paperwork with minimal help from a staff member who spoke broken English. They also didn't have sticky tape, so we had ...
... in and St Vitus Cathedral is quite possibly the most beautiful cathedral I have ever seen. It felt very holy with the liquid gold sunlight pouring in through the stained glass. Off to see if I can find the Jewish Cemetery and maybe watch that damn clock chime!
Found the Jewish Museum (again after going down the wrong roads several times!) and had a look around (was surprised how emotional I ...
... lost my hearing
... out in the bus area.
This time, I was staying in a 4-star hotel and not the hostel. One, I had so much luggage it wouldn't have fit into the lockers at the hostel. Two, I didn't want to schlep it all up the stairs just for two nights. Three, I knew that I'd want some peace and quiet and to be by myself to recover from my week in DC. Four, I wanted to stay across the river from the main part of town so I was closer to the observatory and things I ...
... interesting but probably not what the normal tourist in Prague would do. Having seen the hordes of people hanging round the tourist spots, I'm glad we did the tour. Oddly enough, if you moved a couple of streets away, the crowds completely disappeared.
After all that we had a quiet night, apart from my trek to the supermarket. They had fantastic dairy products so I bought quite a lot of those. Now we just have to eat them.