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... underground Metro trains. What a breeze. Such an excellent service, thanks to the previous communist government apparently. Watching how the train system gobbled up thousands of concert goers, after the show, and then spat them out, elsewhere in the city, was a sight to behold!
So, we are now packed and ready to head off to the airport, for our long flights home.
We are signing off from Prague and hope to see you all soon.
Ciao for now.
... would have been quicker! Almost the entire tram emptied out when we reached the castle. The castle looms over the city and has been the seat of the Czech monarchs since the 9th century and grew over the years to be what it is now - a large walled area, full of courtyards and lanes. We entered the castle grounds across the Stag Moat, over the Powder bridge and into the second courtyard, the entrance was flanked by guards in their uniforms. After passing through a ...
... We watched the astronomical clock do its thing on the hour (very much underwhelmed by it) and then took some photos of Charles Bridge as sunset was nearing. In the distance, I could see a group of white swans by the riverbank so we walked on over. It was a really beautiful sight with Charles Bridge in the background.
We waited until it got dark so we could get some photos of Charles Bridge illuminated, it was certainly picture postcard worthy. We made our way ...
... just hanging there! We had walked under it about 3 times before realizing it! Anyways, it is another hidden treasure of Prague that most tourists (because they are dumb) don't ever see and I am we persisted on the search! I left John to go on my World War 2 tour of Prague! It was one of the highest rated things to do on Trip Advisor so I was looking forward to it. The guide first told us about the beginning of World War 2 and what happen to Czechoslovakia and how ...
... inside was forgettable. I think that’s one of the problems with travelling so much and seeing so many things, my standards are really high now.
In the early afternoon I headed back to Prague and checked in to my hostel and took a rest for a couple of hours. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to fall asleep, but the rest felt good anyway. I went into the city tonight and had dinner at my 37th Hard Rock Café, and it was an ...