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... trust us,
we’re not. Walking up that hill had us both sweating and feeling very hot). The
castle originated in 880CE, before being turned into the current stone building
in the early 1000s. Many saints lived/ruled here, including Wenceslas, who is
mentioned in one of my favourite Christmas carols! In the museum section we saw
artefacts from BCE (mostly cracked jugs etc.) through to rulers’ clothes they
were buried in from 1000 ...
... 5 of us ordered off the Czech menu - I had pork in a creamy sauce with dumplings which was scrumptious! Could've eaten the whole thing all over again! We also had a couple of beers of course! When we'd finish - and a dealt with an angry waiter - we decided to go and try to find a bar for a couple of drinks. After walking for quite a while we eventually asked a local to recommended a place and ended up in this small bar which seemed to be full of locals - this was brilliant news to ...
I’m so glad we decided to return to Prague for a few extra days. We knew there were things we had missed that we wanted to see, and this time the weather (and my teeth!) played nice! Poor Mikey had a few tummy issues, but I won’t go into that! This time around we stayed at a hotel right in the centre of the old town (the Flora apartment through Airbnb had a 4 night minimum), but it was nice being so close to everything, and to see a different side of the city.
... to the time before when you battled for a place to stand to take a photo. We also enjoyed finding the Lennon Wall, a wall dedicated to John Lennon which is full of graffiti related to him and constantly changing. The old Prague square is home to Clementinum, the astronomical tower, built in the 16th century and still used today for meteorological and climate measurement. Beautiful piece of instrumentation. We climbed to the top of the tower and had amazing ...
... colors for each of us and knew which ones would look the best on us. The whole area around the castle was a little confusing because I did not realize once you go up it's like a town with a castle in it, definitely different than the Edinburgh castle where that was set away from everything and gated. We went to golden lane which is where the knights lived, they are tiny houses built into the wall so they could see people coming to attack easier. We made our way back to the market ...