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... we passed under the Charles Bridge. There wasn't a soul on the famous walking bridge at that time of the morning. Little did we know in only a matter of hours it would be so packed you would be flat out crossing it. We realise now that we should have got a photo then.
Feeling rather hungry, we came across this cafe / hotel that had great ratings on 'tripadvisor'. Looking around inside, the place looked really fancy. When we were asked if we had ...
... and just let the wall become a thing of legend.
From there came the trek up to Prague Castle. It really is like a city within a city. It sort of reminded me of the Forbidden City in Beijing with its pure size and the number of sights within. The highlight for me was the Basilica of St George and its incredible interior. Hopefully the pictures will do it some justice.
The second day in the city was a bit more subdued ...
... inhuman artefacts, from devices designed to crush bones, break knuckles, pierce arteries and tear flesh. As one might expect, several were dedicated to the sexual organs. I felt particularly sorry for women who had looked at another man in a ‘suspicious manner’, the punishment for which was to have a chafing metallic chastity belt attached for long periods. It seemed to me like a jealous husband could have brought out any old accusation whenever the wife displeased ...
... square very soft pillows. Funny dooner things, single size, folded in half. No instructions. 8/1/14 Breakfast black coffee ( for me) and pastries from the Bakerei downstairs. We spent the day walking around Berlin. We find crossing roads slightly less confusing than in Amsterdam. Not quite as many bikes out to get us. We still forget which way to look for cars, which can be interesting. And it doesn't seem as if trams give way to pedestrians...ever. We start off ...
... beef goulash in a bread bowl. It was amazing. I stuffed myself and cleaned the plate so well they could have just put it back on the shelf. With our bellies full of amazing Czech food and beer, we explored some of the souvenir shops and made our way to the Charles Bridge. This bridge is a pedestrian bridge crossing the Vltava River and connecting the two parts of Prague. It is pretty touristy now with street performers and ...