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... So the flight arrives and I finally disembark. Race through Immigration, Customs and down to the appointed driver. How cool is this. The driver is waiting with a placard with my name on it. He takes my luggage and off we go to the awaiting, shiny black Merc. Nice Sydney Flight Centre, Nice! I am immediately taken back by the sheer beauty. Prague is said to be like a fairyland, with castles and church's on every cobblestoned corner and it ...
... we had any other morning. Upon finally rolling out of bed we went past our local promoter for the nearby restaurant, and having turned him down far too often we took him up on his offer and enjoyed a very good meal for a decidedly reasonable price. After our very late morning meal we went to "Czech" out Charles Bridge and the Castle of Prague, the biggest castle in Europe. Although not a patch on Edinburgh Castle, it was still very impressive, with yet more ...
... lunch we headed back across the bridge and went along the main shopping streets and up to the national museum.. We did pretty well considering we didn't have map... Because it was a Sunday, the buses from the main tram stop back to our campsite only ran every 3 hours so we decided to aim to get the one at 20 to 6. This meant getting the tram about 5 to make sure we got back in plenty of time.. We picked up a few little bits for dinner from the ...
... chunk. We couldn't have been more wrong... It was 89Kr per 100g. Each chunk cost us €20. We also got a potato, bacon and cabbage dish and two beers. All up it cost over €50. It was our most expensive and most disappointing meal (money-wise) so far. To make matters worse we scoffed it down in order to make the last train back to our campsite. Only, when we got to the train station we realised that there were heaps of trains ...
... little sleep from our horror of an evening the night before (think I'm speaking for myself here actually) and joined the free walking tour of the city. This was really cool, as we got a really good historical overview of the main parts of the city and sights. Our tour guide was SUPER enthusiastic, and scared me a little at first, nevertheless, she was really good. We got to see the Jewish district (Josefov), which housed the old-new Synagogue (where Golum is sleeping and the ...
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