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... chaotic. At each end of the bridge are look-out towers, and lining the bridge are black statues. It was pretty. But far too busy! As we made our way to the eastern side, the views back up to the castle were really pretty. The streets from the bridge to the main square were packed with people and souvenir shops. I don't think I've ever seen so many souvenir shops - and all the same - t shirts, scarves, fur hats, glass items, magnets and absinthe. By now it was 4pm ...
... all the small cottages where they discovered a museum that showed armor throughout time. So, we all walked through that to see the different types of armor, weapons, and then clothing from medival time. It was actually quite interesting. Then Hails and I walked one last time down the Golden Road trying to take it all in and save it in our memories. This was one of our favorite places and it was so magical. We made our way down the hill to go to dinner. Before we went to ...
... already knew what we wanted to do, so with our very worn Use-It map in hand, we walked miles and miles around to the areas we had missed last time. Our poor Prague Use-It map has seen better days. Even with a sticky tape patch job thanks to the hotel reception, it was almost unusable by the end of this second stay!
We searched out more of Prague’s interesting statues (David Cerny and others, several of which I mentioned in precious post). Understand, that none ...
... we were staying at our Grandma's place. We headed out for a great meal and a few local beers to round out a long day. The next day we decided to stay on one side of the river and walked up hill to Prague Castle and St Vitus Cathedral. Both stand imposingly above the city and have been the scene of many important battles, murders, and revolutions affecting a vast area of Eastern Europe over the past 1000 years. It is also the site of the much ...
... of my life seems like a good way to spend a birthday to me. Hope all is well back home and please feel free to leave comments so I know who is reading!
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