Hotel Esprit Prague
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... favourite place to perform and he chose to premier another one of his pieces here after that.
After the Old Town, Declan took us to the New Town to spend some time. Here he explained about a moat that used to surround the Old Town walls and the Powder Tower which is from the original walls but was later used to house gun powder and is now known as the tourist gateway into the Old Town. He pointed out the National Museum, which is currently closed until next ...
... and just let the wall become a thing of legend.
From there came the trek up to Prague Castle. It really is like a city within a city. It sort of reminded me of the Forbidden City in Beijing with its pure size and the number of sights within. The highlight for me was the Basilica of St George and its incredible interior. Hopefully the pictures will do it some justice.
The second day in the city was a bit more subdued ...
... s something about those gothic spires towering above you that forces you to stop and stare. This morning was spent scraping our scattered clothes off the dorm-room floor and shoving everything back into our packs. We're flying over Germany now on our way to Bergen, and I can see endless acres of farmland from the window. The next week is going to be very busy because we're hopping all over Norway, never staying anywhere for more than two nights. I hope the fjords are worth ...
... are practically on every corner. Whatever character is left in Prague is now tainted with a sense that the city will forever be pushed an pulled in directions that is has no control over. I would give a great deal to see the city pre-war, functioning like a highly oiled machine catering for nothing more than being Czech and having a good time.
Suddenly desperate to be somewhere very foreign, I abandoned my plan to head to Dresden and veered drastically to a town much ...
... didn’t end up getting too crazy which made it a lot easier to get up and get to the 10:30am free walking tour we had planned to do which focused on the old city centre… our guide was incredibly insightful and told us some pretty cool stories so we were more than happy to part with a decent tip for his services.
On the tour we met a cool American who we ended up spending the rest of the day with after the tour heading to get some delicious ...