Travel Blogs from Prague
... it to Berlin with us so I’m sure we will make a toast to healthy innards then.
After another bizarre breakfast experience (choices this time were broccoli, penne pasta and what can only be described as caviar cake – I had a small bite thinking it was chocolate, it was disgusting) our final morning in Prague was spent at the Mucha museum. Not only did we see originals of all his most famous poster artwork, but we were able to see some of the ...
... found a little spot selling typical Czech cuisine and more good Czech beer.
The night was ended walking around the Christmas market, and purchasing some disappointing roasted chestnuts (which ended up in the bin). We opted for an early night as we decided to get the early train to Vienna tomorrow, leaving at 4.40am! However our early night did not eventuate as we spent the next hour or so on the internet booking trains to Anna in Sweden and trying to pay for a flight back to ...
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Went walking after lunch. Seems like half of Prague is on the streets. Maybe it's because today was the first fine day in a while. Or maybe this is what they do at Xmas time.
Julie and Emily spotted a "Fine Belgian Chocolate" shop and headed straight
for it. Sam & I declined and waited outside. After about 5 minutes
the girls came hurrying back over the street with huge grins on their
faces. "Oh oh", ...
... Czech's filled the square and began waving their keys in peaceful protest. No blood was shed as the Czech's were allowed to freely elect a new government.
We walked on to Mozart's favorite concert house which was the sight of many of his premiers and ended the tour. I had planned after this tour to look into heading out in the Prague suburbs to one of their three hockey arenas (hockey is the national sport ...
... pity them over their struggles with material goods, adversity, and infrastructure. You very well may be in a deeper poverty than they are, when it comes to a deep relationship with your maker. Spreading Christ is a shoulder to shoulder activity and it does not include height raising pedestal to purely instruct a subordinate. We are all humbled by the grace, strength, and wisdom of God and his plan. Search out one person... just one person in your life who ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting