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Well, we have finished the final leg of our trip, Prague & will be flying home tomorrow. We both agree that we saved one of our favourite destinations for last. Prague, a city of 1.5 million is a vibrant yet old city with many historical roots. One of the things we liked most about the European cities is that they retain both their historical culture & architecture. We took a walking ...
Monday 30 June 2014 Vienna -
Rain, Cool 18C
We were up early to get to the train station by 9am, it was raining so out came the Ponchos for our quick dash to the station some 800m away from our apartment. We took the metro to the main train station and then boarded the train to Prague. They announced it was 15 minutes late due to technical issues, ...
... weren't that cool), but the magnificence of this place is absolutely stunning. It put everything I have ever had to say, to shame. Absolutely no picture will do this place justice.. It's just something you have to see on your own. After I wandered around there for a bit, I figured I would jump on a tram and try o make my way into the city to see if I could find some of the art galleries I wanted to go to (which I had absolutely no hope that I would even remotely find them given the ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 15.2380952835083px;">After leaving the castle, we then walked generally sightseeing the area of Prague around the castle. We finally ended up at the KGB Museum. We probably spent around and hour in here. I have to admit I didn't really enjoy it, but the boys all seemed to.,
We then walked back to the Charles Bridge to freshen up and change before heading to dinner at Rainer Maria Wilke, a beautiful restaurant very close to ...
... and forth like a Kewpie doll from one girl to the next all the while managing to keep the rest of his body statue still. Pretty funny!
From the castle we wandered down Nerudova, a cobblestone street used by royalty as they made their way to the castle to be crowned. Palaces line the street, the work of 17th and 18th century masters. Many of the buildings have a name which can be figured out if you look at the design carved above the door.