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... to see more of it, but unfortunately nothing comes for free.
It didn’t take me long to come to the conclusion that Prague is definitely one of my favourite cities so far. The architecture is incredible, the people are friendly, the food is good…well most of it, the river is beautiful, EVERYTHING is dirt cheap and yet excellent quality, and sights in the town are only a short tram ride or walk away from each other. I would go back to Prague again in a heartbeat if I had the ...
... towers. There were stories behind all the things. Wars and throwing Catholics out windows just for funsies. The tour started once we got off the train, went up a bloody long and steep escalator, went to a bar for breakfast beers and shelter. It's a pretty city but like everywhere we have been, the best oldest building all have scaffolding obscuring the view. The street where alchemy began had a fair bit of gold along it. There's also a statue of a guy with a ...
... 6" tall . We are managing and leave it to the next occupants to complain. For our last meal here in The Czech Republic we went round the corner and had Chinese, sounds funny but it is late and we have to pack and be ready to leave at 6 in the morning. All this blogging and photo streaming take a lot of time, Gerry is sleeping soundly and I am making lots of mistakes but I am tired. Off to KL ...
... villages. It is really a very lovely part of the world, that I would love to explore more....maybe on a bike? Well we will see.
We arrived in Prague to find a maze of narrow one way streets crisscrossing each other in a rather unorganized fashion. This made for fantastic for walking and exploring, but not so great for a big bus to navigate. So after some time, the driver dropper us off by a bridge, near the ...
... the statue let go! The 400 year old hand of the man still hangs in the church to this day. It looks all black and mummified. So interesting and gross! It definitely looks like a real hand though.
Next stop, the Powder Tower and Municipal House, and the entrance of the Communist Museum to warm up a bit. Here Jana told us about her childhood under the communist regime, and how it changed when a new government came to power. We saw the Don Giovanni statue, as ...