Hotel Royal Palace Prague
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... chatting to a young guy from Mexico who was here for his first absinthe and appeared quite nervous about it. I gave him the same advice the barmaid gave me; sip it slowly.
A little background on the city. Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and is located in the north-west of the country on the Vltava River - the country’s longest. It has a population of 1.24 million people and is divided into 22 administrative districts, the oldest of which - ...
... br> Seanj:
We got up a little later than normal! (Yay!!!) As Ben says, after a quick breakfast and a 2nd visit to the Charles bridge, the boys and I entered the Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments. Humans are terrible. Just terrible. It was great!
We took things pretty easy until the Alternative Tour in the afternoon - and it was worth the wait. Our guide was great, giving us context with stories of her mom growing up in Communist Prague ...
... into the Old Town. Before visiting the main square we pass through the Jewish Quarter for a reference of what we can return to see during our free time tomorrow. We return to the main square to the Astronomical Clock we watched strike 6pm last evening. There we wish Vladimir a Merry Christmas and send him off to his family, as his daughter is celebrating her birthday today.
It is lunch time, and we scatter to eat at various places. Jonathan and I eat a ...
Wowsa. I don't think there is a pair of shoes made for two straight days of walking 8 hours on cobblestone streets. Today we trekked over through old town, across the Charles Bridge and up to Prague Castle. The hike up Nuerdova street was enough to require a beer before going up to the castle. Hands down, the best ...
... at him for most of the evening. To my immense satisfaction one of the Dutch girls eventually asked "So what's wrong with that? I'm a woman!". When he lit up a cigarette in the kitchen I couldn't stay quiet any longer so I asked him to go outside. He asked the room incredulously "Are we not allowed to smoke in here?!" The kitchen replied with a stern and resounding "No!" and he left...temporarily.
We finished up the beer ...