Travel Blogs from Podebrady
... Before we'd had any success the damned tram arrived and Treas insisted on boarding, assuming we'd get a ticket on board... No way Jose! So I sat there panicking all the way that we'd get sprung by a ticket inspector, and as soon as we arrived in town I asked a Policeman where to get a ticket for the return trip and he explained that we had to go down into the subway (as he pointed at the bitumen at his feet). About 21.30 we'd had enough and headed back ...
We ventured to Prague Castle in the morning and explored the many parts of the grand complex - from the halls to the torture chambers and a more in-depth tour of St Vitus Cathedral. We glimpsed the changing of the guards and then made our way to Our Lady of Victories once more so Marc and Elle could visit the Infant of Prague. We had a nice lunch just across from the church and then returned to ...
... as a "transit camp" where most of Czechoslovakia's Jews were held before they were ultimately transferred to other camps such as Auschwitz or Dachau. We visited the dormitories that these people were forced to live in, and saw evidence of the amazing strength of the human spirit -- the music, art, literature and other creative works that people produced while being held in this grim place under even ...
... here in Prague and is, to begin with, a really nice pub with great food and Pilsener Urquell on tap. The climbing centre is very, very good ... and also demanding, with nearly every climb to 20 metres or so, working under inclines and rearward sloping walls (meaning your weight is virtually always on your arms and shoulders. Also, there is no 'top rope' as we are familiar with in Australia, so no way to let go and swing off the wall ...
... as cheap college students, we went to the nearest supermarket and bought up their entire stock of pasta, vegetables, bread and wine and made the amazing dinner in the pic - all for just 3 Euros.
Next we visited the KGB Museum (which I randomly found on a website beforehand) and it turned out to be the most awesome part of the trip. The museum is owned by a crazy Czech ...
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