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... for its social scene. The club turned out to be a really cool place that consisted of a whole bunch of rooms with interesting decor, the lower ones having music and more of the club scene but the rest being a restaurant. We popped into the club part and couldn't stand the electronic music so just hung out for a bit on the multileveled deck which was packed with people. We're not exactly party animals, so we headed back to the hostel after relaxing for a ...
... one globe trotter, and of course an Aussie. I was pretty excited to travel with Cecile and Lisita as we hadn't been travelling together yet, many adventures were sure to be had over the next three days.
We trained it to Vienna and boarded our bus to Prague for a 5 hour journey with a half hour stop in Brno. We weren't particularly looking forward to the 5 hour journey but this all changed when we got on the bus. Hands down the ...
... years old. It was clearly the oldest thing we've seen thus far. From the Kinsky we popped over into the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn which was started in 1365. Unfortunately mass was about to start so we ran through it pretty quickly. We quickly popped into St. Nicholas' church across the way where the organist was practicing classical music and we admired the giant chandelier. Before leaving Old Town Square, we also stopped at the famous astronomical clock which ...
... who is going my way to India, but by bicycle. Interestingly enough, he's with a team of guys raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Obviously I get a little emotional due to one too many a beer and the fact that it was this charity that cared tirelessly for my dad throughout his illness. I make a point to take their details and add as much as I can to their fund.
I'm then approached by a pretty blond who informs me ...
... of old castles. The best views of the city can be seen from this side.
My father and I had the pleasure of sitting in a small vineyard near the Prague Castle, as we shared a glass of wine, and viewed the city. Houses stretch as far as the eye can see. On a sunny day, the rays illuminate different aspects of the city, providing interesting photo opportunities around every corner. The city is not filled with specific places to see and ...
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