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Dobry Den Readers! The past four days have been spent in the UNESCO world heritage city of Prague. We again find ourselves behind the old iron curtain where things are magically much more affordable, which makes Czech'n out the sites so much easier (I'm corny but you know you love it)! Our first day here was spent as a resting productive day. Now, I know that may sound contradictory to you, but allow me to explain. We didn't do any sightseeing, but we did do ...
... Steam Sauna alone and no one could see the fat American pour last night’s goodness out of his pores I’m sure it wasn’t a pretty sight.
Needless to say we got home at 4Am and it is now 1Pm and I think we are ready to hit the town for some more pics and fine pilsner. Jimbo and I are not pretty today and I really don’t think this is going to get better but we will power thru the pain and once again make the best of it. Pray for us!
This morning I headed out to the train station to buy my ticket out of Prague. I'm not planning on leaving until Wednesday night, but I heard that if you want a true sleeper car, that you should book your ticket in advance. That all went smoothly, and I am the proud owner of a ticket to Warsaw, Poland on Wednesday night.
After the train station, I headed to the headline attraction in Prague- Prague Castle. The ...
... we headed back to the hostel.
The next day we explored the Jewish quarter some more. We started at the Spanish synagogue which is this amazing piece of architecture. Strangely and somewhat ironically, the exterior and decorations of the inside have a strong Islamic architecture. So a deeply historical synagogue built like a mosuq – moving in a way…. Upstairs, was an amazing experience that went through intense details ...
... high points, the low points, and everything in between.
After about an hour on the bench, we rallied our sore feet and hiked back down, past the dandilions lining the path, past these giant, beast-like birds (that I think were macaws), and past the enormous bumblebees back down to the palace. Once we crossed the leafy green trees of the palace grounds, we were back in exhaustville. Vienna just reeks of it.
Feet were on autopilot back to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed