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Travel Blogs from Prague
... it all from influential people from Prague's history. I was thinking if I brought this back to Jacksonville I might get a spot on the bridge! Maybe not but one day, one day. Steve and I head back to the house and cook some stir fry with noodles and have a couple adult beverages. We end up meeting some people from our hostel and just pretty much hangout with them for the rest of the night. Pretty uneventful night to be ...
... who followed them closely leave with them. We assume those were their body guards who just tagged along to make sure things went alright. We followed quickly but by the time we got to where we saw them last, they were gone. We assume a car came and picked them up. It was cool anyway. We had a little adventure. Our family then walked on this side of the bridge and made our way to the John Lennon Wall. It was cool and had a bunch of hippie drawings, paintings and quotes. ...
... in 4 languages. We shall not want for delicious red fruit. Lucky for us, Prague itself is big and touristy enough that most everyone spoke English and we had no problems. I've a feeling that would change if we went out of the city, but we didn't, so we were safe. We mostly looked at a lot of old buildings and went through neat shops. For some unknown reason, they seem to have a thing for puppets here. Dolls that move. There's really nothing more creepy. (Alex has this, ...
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The architecture in the old town and Jewish quarter is amazing- mosaics in unexpected places; painted facades; etched walls; pretty colours everywhere. I love the unexpected humour you find in carved doors and on walls- I’ll try to include examples here.
Vafa find us the best bakery and coffee shop in Prague to spend our last crowns and we make our way back Wien, Austria and ‘The bells, Quasimoso, the ...
... candles and flowers. Vaclav Havel, the dissident playwright who helped, peacefully, bring down Communism in Czechoslovakia and end the Cold War, died December 18th 2011, age 75.
Marks & Spencer has a shop in Wenceslas Square and of course we had to visit it! Much the same as at home.
Narodni museum (National Museum) is an impressive building at the top of Wenceslas Square. We then caught the metro/underground back to ...
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