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TravelPod Member ReviewsKarlin Prague
Neighborhood East of Nove Mesto
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... and the Old Royal Palace within the Prague castle walls. It so happened that we were there at noon and so we were able to watch the changing of the guard's ceremony which was interesting to watch until it started to rain and then finding shelter became more interesting.
To pass away sometime in the afternoon, Dad and I took a small boat trip in and around the Charles Bridge which provided us shelter from the rain and provided a ...
... It was quite interesting. After about an hour, we were once again on our way. We noticed that more and more passengers were boarding the train, mostly locals and students. The train's final destination is Zagreb and we all got off when we reached the station.
After asking for some direction, we hopped on the tram and found our hostel for the day. It was just a few stops away. The hostel was new, the room was small but clean and modern and not ...
... and one had bourbon and they were both awesome. On the way back we found Brad in a gift shop!!! We have no idea what she is doing here or when she got in, but it was awesome to see her. She is an awesome dancer... really good. All in all it was a good day and we had a blast. We're looking forward to our last day in Prague and our whole stay in Paris. Hope you are all doing as well as we are.
Charlotte and ...
... but the view was amazing. It felt like a more intermit view of Prague, as were not too far away as per the Petrin Tower, but close enough that you could see it all. While we walked up the hill, we got the lightest of light snow fall as well. Once on the top of the hill, we walked through the streets and walked past multiple sites, such as St. Vitus Cathedral, Queen Maria Theresa Entrance, Prague Castle, Archbishop's Palace and ...
... of Terezin. All of them perished in the camps. We then walked through the Old Jewish Cemetery which was founded in the early 15th century and then over to the Old-New Synagogue which was built in the 13th century. The last site we visited in this area was the Spanish Synagogue, a reform synagogue, which also has a museum upstairs. After the included tour, we walked over to New Town and Wenceslas Square, had a cappuccino break, went to see ...