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... find my next gate, I sped walked to the terminal and found my next plane to Vienna, Austria. What do you know, same small plane, yikes. Only a 45 minute flight this time. 'Drink? Snack? Prepare for descent'. Phew, almost there, 30 minutes to find my next gate, with the addition of customs. And my third flight in 3 hours, yup, same type of plane. Load, sit, drink, descent, 40 minutes to Prague this time. Wow, I just crossed three countries in four hours..... ...
... is noticeable, no ducking under cameras, stop and go tourist groups, and solitude can be found as you read each scripture of the icons. From Charles Bridge, we continued onwards in the direction of the castle complex. A nook of shops and galleries beckon to be visited. Jan, our tour guide from the evening prior recommended Artel. The shop specializes in Bohemian crystal and glassware. The prices reflect the quality of merchandise, and its shop keeper explains the pain ...
... it’s the only thing that helps get you through the lonely nights, the strange and frighteningly unfamiliar customs, and the anxiety and depressive episodes that no one writes about but everyone experiences at times.
To shatter this illusion may do no good in the confidence stakes, however this trip has opened my eyes to the weight in which my reliance is carried by others; often complete strangers.
"Mate, you have to go to a doctor! I’m ...
Lidice was a small town 12 miles west of Prague that has some nasty history with Nazis. "Lidice is a village that was destroyed during WWII as retaliation for the assassination of Nazi Officer, Reinhard Heydrich" (from our itinerary and guide). We were led by an excellent tour guide (one of Charles University's professors, unfortunately he won't be my history prof this semester, I liked him) and he gave us the run down of what happened here, and why. Considering I am unable to ...
... very narrow winding streets many crammed with tourists. This city apparently has become more popular more quickly than most European cities.
We again ventured across the Charles Bridge..a medieval structure who's construction began in 1357. We made our way towards the National ...