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Travel Blogs from Prague
... was the end of our first night in Prague.
After waking up the next morning, we started our day by checking out the outdoor market at the park next to us. It was not a very large market, stretching out only about 40 meters or so and maybe 20 meters wide, but it was quite busy. There were all kinds of pastries, fresh produce, charcuterie and other meats, cheeses, flowers, and some scary looking vats and trays of fermented and pickled dishes ...
... smaller than Budapest and very narrow cobblestone streets the orderliness of Vienna has fallen by the wayside. There is something to see at every turn.
We arrived in late afternoon and walked around the area of the hotel, took a stroll across the Charles Bridge and had a bite to eat. The evening allowed the light of buildings to be visible along the ...
The old city square is the starting point for many walking tours, where we selected a local woman (Jana) for our guide with a broad mixture of people from other English speaking nations. Her English taught to her by the Russians under the communist regime made for a complex accent and style which took time to master. Her life coming initially from the privations and limitations of the regime and then the change from 1989, meant she had a rich ...
... fans. Down 3-0 at home in the opening match of the season and they still sung their hearts out as the second half went on.
As the half went on I thought the number 11 from Slavia with the captain's armband looked familiar. After a quick google search (thankyou free wifi in the stadium), it was confirmed that the midfield dynamo was none other than former Sydney FC star Karol ...
... the road! Got caught out a few times crossing the road, but the over friendly drivers were more than happy to let you know with a 5sec beep of the horn. Also they had zebra crossings marked on the road but apparently don’t work the same as back home. Again a beep of the horn soon sorted me out. Final major difference I can remember is the fact that smoking in clubs and restaurants is the norm, which is pretty rough if you’re a non-smoker.
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