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... stands and caricature drawing kiosks - kind of too bad that the tourism is so "right in your face." Ah, capitalism at its finest.
In the evening, we headed out for a walk around town. It really is nice to see all of the stalls selling food, thousands and thousands of people walking around, and all of the places to eat. One odd thing is that this city has more Italian places to eat than any city we have ever been in (and this ...
... 30 in funky restaurants - but a tub of apparently authentic Czech cuisine - potatoes, cabbage, and bacon - might set you back $20 from a street vendor. In the markets are blacksmiths plying the ancient trade complete with foot bellows and coal fires making candlesticks for the tourists, beside vendors selling fridge magnets (the picture is Prague but you know it comes from China). Everywhere beer, and coffee, and laughter and music. In the Old Town Square, I watched ...
... to my purchasing another beer), we stumbled across the famous Charles Bridge. This impressive structure, which crosses the river from the central part of the city to the Mala Strana district is adorned with towering religious statues which gaze down on the passers by with an impression of power and authority. The sloping view of the terracotta rooftops from the top of castle hill was stunning, but no more breathtaking than that of ...
... many times), but I kid you not - when we were out at night, and any random "sketchy-looking" Czech man walked by us, we linked arms so tightly I lost even more circulation and gave him glares that would've made the *****iest Spanish girl proud.
Day 3, we decided it was a good idea to return to Keith (why??) for a tour of Prague's castle. Sadly, we couldn't go inside, but the views from the hill it sits on were ...
... shopping and we also picked up our Prague discount card. So on our second day in Prague, we hit the city hard. We started off at the Kinsky Palace and its exhibit of Asian art from China, Japan, and Southeast Asia. They also had a wonderful collection of Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman art. Best of all they had an Acheulean hand axe from Uganda. For those of you who aren't archaeology nerds, it means that this tool is anywhere between 1 and ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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