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... We wandered through the old Jewish Quarter, up through the main square, and finally came out of the town about 10 blocks downstream from the Charles Bridge. Of all the things we will miss when we get home, walking through the cities will be high on our list.
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... to make the trek back to where we came from to our hostel, all the time lugging our not so miniature houses on our backs. 2 hours later we found our hostel and settled in. That night we braved probably the coldest weather we've experienced so far and explored the other side of Charles bridge, the 'Old Town'. There we discovered Prague out of this world amazing hot chocolate !! Oh so so amazing and thick and ...
... the hostel. The décor of the club is striking, looking like a club in a post-apocalyptic scifi film. It only got more outlandish as Dub Turbulence meets The Skank crooned along in their unique style of reggae meets jungle techno. They were pretty intense, but we soon got in to it and raved till the early hours of the morning. Pretty much anything goes at clubs in Prague. You can smoke a joint at the bar and the bartenders will join you. And the crowd at ...
... we decided it would be a good idea to try out another in Prague, which lasted around 4-5 hours. We had a much smaller group of just 5 people, which inevitably made the tour feel more personal than the bog-standard tourist trails that you could easily lose track on in a large group. Although Prague is a beautiful city, filled with baroque and art nouveau style buildings, it has gradually become unbearably touristy in places such as the Old Square. ...
... the tram up and down the hill), that runs from the Ujezd tram stop up through greenery to the summit of Petrin Hill. It is considered part of the public transit system, so one can use tram/bus tickets to travel up to the top of the Hill. It certainly takes less human energy to do that than it does uses bipedal transportation!
This area is also surrounded by a Hunger Wall. This wall was commissioned ...