Travel Blogs from Prague
... box; color: rgb(85, 85, 85); font-family: clearsans, 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 15.2380952835083px;">We arrived shortly after 11.00. After getting our tickets we decided to get into position to watch the full Changing of the Guard at midday. I am glad we saw it, even though it was nowhere near as impressive as the one at Buckingham Palace!
We spent the next couple of hours generally wandering around the ...
... Center, both vibrant by night and day with their many restaurants, night clubs, and bars.
Prague was founded in the 9th century, and it became the seat of Bohemian kings - some as emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. Many of the cities attractions date back to the 14th century.
After 1989, many foreigners ...
... in the pedestrian filled cobblestoned streets of Lesser Town, in the vicinity of Prague Castle nearby our hotel. We went on to see several churches, a monastery, a hospital and then into Letna Park along the Vltava River.
We stopped at the giant Metronome, where a 30 meters statue of Lenin once stood. The statue was destroyed (happily according to our guide) after ...
... with Joseph Stalin was in power and it was a way for people to protest the war. The cops continued to paint over it until the wall changed owners. The new owner allowed for anyone to decorate it. Now, if you paint something on it won't last more than 3 days before being covered up. For lunch we got a tradition Czech lunch that was sausage with a piece of bread, and cabbage with more sausage in it. It was super filling but actually really enjoyable. We ate it ...
... they arrived we decided to picnic on the grass in the park near the tower. We had premade tuna sandwiches so we wouldn't have to spend much when we were out and some crisp. It was actually really relaxing especially as we had a guy playing the violin nearby. When everyone had eaten and we had let our stomachs settle we started the walk back down the hill. This walk, compared to the one on the way up, was actually really cool. We came across some really ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed