Travel Blogs from Prague
We decided on MacDonalds for lunch today...I know a silly choice but I always enjoy trying the burgers we dont have at home. Todays McCountry ended up being a pork patty with dijon mustard sauce, which was too weird for me, but I did enjoy the deep fried shrimp and french fries that came with it! After lunch we raced back to meet up with the larger group to take a guided bike tour of Prague. It was the first time ...
... is covered with graffiti and street art and has been constantly changing since it was created as a rebellion against the communist regime.
I kept walking up masses of stairs to get to Prague Castle. The castle is a large complex with St. Vitus Cathedral in the centre. The views from the castle were nice but unfortunately it was a bit overcast. Heading down south I went into a supermarket and realized you can get beer for about 60 cents. I bought an orange juice and headed ...
... a joy to experience.
The Fledermaus opera was lighhearted and fun, and the scenery quite sublime. The dance ball scene was especially pretty and I although I love the vocal abilities of opera stars, the acting and dance in this scene was rather impressive too!
December 10 was spent mostly at the Prague castle and the Prague castle neighbourhood. It is a vast complex, and cannot be explored in a single day. I enjoyed ...
... get me wrong tho this place is on the map for a reason.
I spent 3 easy days in Prague. Enjoyed the history of the Czech people who have really shown a brave heart and national pride. Ventured into the shady locals only pub Bongo Bongo. Got really sore feet from the uneven cobblestones. Introduced a couple of English blokes and a Moldovian based USA peace corps chick to kiwi humour. (Half of which didn't make them laugh so obviously too advanced) Braved a five storey ...
... a super cheap pizza. We're all going back there for dinner this week because it looked so good! One thing we really need to pick up on is the days of the week because it makes it really hard to tell when places are closing!! Grant found this place called Cross Club that was in a different part of the city and has been the most unique place we've gone so far. It was full of mostly locals which was refreshing and the majority of the place was made out of ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking