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... on the bridge and I guess apart from the middle of the night this is the only time you can do this. And the weather is such a difference to what I had experienced before. Still supposed to get warm but right now there is a nice breeze. As my walking tour didn't start until 11.00, I still had some time to roam around and have a coffee somewhere. And it was still very very quiet everywhere. I happened to be at the Main Square at 9.00 and witnessed the astronomic clock go ...
... with dry throats and delirium setting in, we finally staggered onto the last leg. SS Matilda, here we come! But alas, when we finally crossed the gangplank, the only tables left were in the sun. We are pretty close to a dummy spit now (not sure who would blow first, Jo me) but Jo remembered a cafe on the track down that sold beer and ice cream (and other stuff too). The perfect combination. We hightailed it back (every thing is close here) and ...
A beautiful, sunny day in Prague. Our only full day, so we'll be busy. We had pastries and coffee in our amazing apartment before heading out to see the sights. In all, we wandered another 7 miles throughout Old Town, across the Charles Bridge, and back up to the ...
After a bus trip from Munich, I arrived in Prague late in the evening. I was staying in Prague for three nights while Bridget was on her way to Barcelona where I would meet her.
My hostel it turned out was not close to the centre of the city and I had to catch a train and then a tram.
On my first day in Prague I did a walking tour. The hostel advertised that they would take you to the walking tour meeting place if a minimum of five ...
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 ...