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... I have no idea what I was saying in return but I was very drunk, Ganzer and I had an immense need to pee, the more we talked about it the worse it was. Eventually we had to relieve ourselves in a bush with a few other guys, poor locals, getting bombarded by six drunken idiots running up to a bush to ****. I had sobered up a tiny bit thanks to the train ride, tonight we are going to the five story night club in the town centre. It isn't quite what I expected. I have ...
This morning we woke, had breakfast, walked across Manesuv Bridge and returned to our Pod Vezi via the Charles Bridge, one last time. Time to say goodbye to Prague. It was musicians day... Jazz band here, accordion duo there, and then, there was the Blues. How fitting. Everything we have read and heard about this truly remarkable international city is true (I've never heard ...
... special little places away from all the hustle and bustle where we enjoyed some wonderful respite.
So with all the anticipation and hype we had heard about Prague, after our second visit, we have no doubt that Prague met and even exceeded our expectations! We loved all the tourist sites, but even more loved bursting the tourist bubble and discovering some of the real Prague underground!! We loved that beer was cheaper than water (although our bellies probably ...
Fun evening of walking/exploring Praha (Prague) with a few of my fellow planner tour attendees. Here's a fun shot at dusk overlooking the Vltava River with the Prague Castle (very-well) lit up on the horizon. The castle is official residence and office of the President of the Czech ...
... managed to get a seat near the back. We shared pate for an appetizer and ordered a grilled meat platter for two (which actually looked like it was for a platter for at least 4-5 people) and pork schnitzel. We ended our meal with some caffe lattes.
After lunch we decided to head to the Musuem of Charles Bridge. We paid a nominal fee and went through three small rooms that documented the construction of the Charles Bridge.