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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... We arrived into Prague at about 5.30pm, checked into our hotel and had a little time to rest up before a group dinner. We all caught a bus into the centre of Prague for a walking tour. This city is incredible! Absolutely beautiful. We went into the old Town square where we saw the Astronomical clock - they believe this is the most underwhelming tourist spot when you watch it go off on the hour (we didn't watch it though haha). Then we headed to the Charles Bridge. That was ...
Today was great I woke up and decided that I was going into the city to see the Prague Castle. I got directions from the receptionist about how to get there and by the end of my time in Czech I could finally figure out the transportation system! A great memory really helps. In Prague I fell in love. It was such a beautiful ...
... sheet on why the place was filled with bones and the history of the area which was quite interesting. We walked into the town centre and got some lunch and strolled round there. It seemed like a nice little town but we weren't there for long as we had to walk back down to the station. Got the train back into Prague and then went out for dinner - steak dinner for £8, can't complain! Especially when Dave's paying...... ...
... we went back to the hotel because it was very very veer very cold. We then had a good time defrosting and chilling with friends. Then Rachel, Rochelle and I decided to go to the shopping centre for dinner. After dinner I left and let the girls shop while I sat watching tv chilling. Rachel came home with lollies and water for the trip tomorrow and then we went to bed. Tomorrow we are off to Berlin, to see the wall and all the wonderful history ...
... These religious sights highlight the Jewish customs and traditions, here we spent our time recapping the history of the War and the terror that occurred to the Jews. The old city also is home to Kinsky Palace which was once a palace and now a museum and in front of it the Statue of Jan Hus- symbolises Bohemia rebirth. We ended the tour in New city specifically in Wenceslas Square over looking the famous Charles Bridge.