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... walk to the castle. It was so hot and miserable, today sucked a lot. We walked to the castle which was miles away and when we got there, which I have to add it was uphill, It ended up being ****. We couldn't even go inside the castle, we just walked around it. We saw a church which was up there but I mean I was so over churches by then I didn't even care at all. I was in such a ****** mood I just wanted to go back to the room and do nothing but ...
... two tickets for me and Erin for Vienna leaving butt early at 6:30 in the A.M. Erin is coming!!
Out side the train station, junkies mulled about the park, all scab-ankled and zombie. I kept trying to think to myself "This is not my first impression of Prague." But it kind of was. Meek wounded junkies in sad small gatherings.
The walk to the loft - that's right - LOFT apartment took about 30 minutes. Not bad. ...
... almost looks like the standard Disneyland fantasy castle.
When we got up there we were taken on a guided tour in English (which we had to pay for). They showed us the main imperial rooms, with the knights on the first floor, the king's residence and state rooms on the second floor, and the queen’s accommodation one floor further up. We also saw another tower where there were copies of some of the imperial crowns ...
... me and Dad. They exchanged facebook details and the boys said they would message Shay. We arrived in Prague at around 2.30pm from which we organised our next exit, to Krakow via an overnight train which we will catch tonight. Then, organising our finances as Prague uses crowns rather than euros, however, takes euros in most places. We caught a taxi to our hotel 'Prague Holiday Apartments' which was a golden choice by me - we are on the fifth floor, with ...
... the Gothic theme. The only way you could tell it was build over such a long period was the sandstone, at the beginning of the building the sandstone had turned black due to age while as you walked along the Cathedral the sandstone became whiter, the architectures who completed the building stained parts of the sandstone to fit in with the older section however the difference was still very obvious.
It was well into dark by the time the tour ended with a fantastic panoramic ...
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