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... Although Prague is known for hosting some amazing underground parties that I have no doubts we would have loved, I don’t regret how we spent our time. It was the perfect chance to chill out, and we left feeling refreshed and ready to take on Budapest.
I do, however, look forward to returning to the city someday with a new perspective. And more time. But I’m starting to realise there’s never really enough time to see it all. ...
... The tour was filled with so much informants on that I can't remember it all. It was by far the highlight of the trip to Prague. Louie and I had lunch at a small place on a side street and drank a Pilsner Urquell. We finished out day at the museum to see the anniversary exhibit of Alfons Maria Mucha, a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist known best for his distinct style. He mainly painted theatrical scenes and in 1879 he relocated to Vienna to work for ...
... how much beer can a human being consume in that much time?
We arrived in Prague in the early afternoon. Although our friends were a couple hours behind us, there was something we did arrive with: appetites. After checking into our hostel, Jaclyn and I mapped out three of the top spots for local/varied beer in the city and, upon finding that one was only a few blocks away, set out in search of food and amber beverages. Mercifully (it was cold...more on ...
... well known museum in
the city. Located in the Wenceslas Square, this museum is to be found inside a
building which is the landmark of the Square. Being the oldest museum in the
city, the National Museum hosts several exhibits that reflect the glorious past
of the country. In addition, this museum is known for exhibiting some rare
paintings by world famous European artists.
If the National Museum is famous for
reflecting the history of ...
... ourselves in Wenceslaus Square (the new town square which isn't square at all) in a matter of ten minutes. Across the square stands the magnificent National Museum of Prague, a perfect backdrop to Wenceslaus Square. It really wasn't a square but a long street of cobbled stone walkways and numerous cafes, shops, restaurants etc., the new town center of Prague. It was fun to walk around window shopping and catching a bite to eat before heading back to the ...