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... he didnt have a room or bed for us. He told us that a large group of Polish women had booked the entire hostel and didnt want to share it with anyone else. He really wanted us to stay there and said that the women were a big pain in his ass. He let us use the bathroom since the women were not at the hostel at the moment. He also told us of a couple of hotels we could stay at in town. One was on the Poilsh side, or we could walk across the bridge about twenty minutes and stay on ...
... cream. They were interesting, but not sure if we would go back for seconds! The tour didn't take us to the Castle so we walked over the Charles Bridge to check it out ourselves. We had a nice wander around the buildings, through the many arch ways, beyond the Cathedrals and into the gardens, where we found amazing views over the city. After taking our pictures we headed back to the tram and made our way to the hostel. After our heavy lunch we all went to the supermarket ...
... Switching roles, we decided to head out and enjoy the morning sun, visiting the Dancing House and the Jewish Quarters. Reminded us again of how much we didn't know and therefore why we must go back! (Aided by touching a monk, which ensures our return.)
We also latched onto a fascinating free tour guide (much more like it!) and were saddened that we didn't have time to stay. A little while ...
... known for them. I had read about a jewelry store that was recommended in one of my travel books and we were determined to find it. We had the address-- but couldn't really locate the store on the map.
As we searched, we came to realize why Prague maps are so vague. The cobblestone roads just wind here and there. It's hard to determine if a street veers right or left and sometimes you make ...
... for luck, all the other statues were black with centuries of pollution but this one had patches of gold showing where millions of tourists had rubbed it for luck.....a very silly superstition ( but I rubbed it just in case).... We climbed the hill to Prague Castle...just when you think you have seen enough castles you are standing in front of a brilliant, ancient building, whcih overlooks the majestic city of Prague...and SNOW starts to coat the ...
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