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Greetings from Praha!
I think this may be the first post I have done from the actual city we are in. I'll call that a win.
Tonight is our last night in Prague, and I couldn't be more bummed. Prague is an amazing city. It has a much older feel and a slower pace. Our time here has been very well spent. It is our longest stay of the …
... quarter, concert hall and a number of famous churches.
One of the best things about the tour was that I met a lovely girl, Stephanie from Canada.
After enjoying the walking tour we both decided to make the most of the sunshine and hop onboard the castle tour - the biggest ancient castle in the world. This was another brilliant tour that took us up the hill starting with the castle guards then moving to the oldest building St ...
... tango. well partly it is. I do think of tango as a great therapy. I do think of tango as a great dance. I do think of tango as pretty emotional, strong, weepy,funny,technical, exhausting, I do think that you can get addicted to the hug. I do think that once you are in it you are IN IT. You are totally absorbed by it. You want to dance more, Then at some point when you had too many tandas with the same dancers (although they are lovely, warm, yummy and after all we ...
... get it up to a liveable standard, but to become a wonderful haven of a hostel. The girl on reception (one of the part owners) spent at least 15 minutes orienting me and recommending baths, pubs, clubs, sights, food places the works. When I was shown to my bed it was on an adorable mezzanine which meant I had a little space to myself which was amazing. The house itself is very eclectically put together and everything in it has been restored or built by the local creatives ...
... add to this; it's late and I'm ready for bed!)
Prague’s Old Town is the oldest part of a very old city with its medieval buildings and churches.
The Town Square has served as Prague’s main marketplace for over 1000 years.
Charles Bridge with musicians, artists, white swans floating below.
Charles Bridge: 1-3-5-7-9 then backwards 9-7-5-3-1. So the bridge was opened in 1357 ...