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... we got a 24-hr public transit pass and headed downtown. We walked around Wencelas square and stopped at one of the 7 Starbucks on the square, since my friend had never had Starbucks before. Seriously- it seemed like there was a Starbucks on every corner. I got "Prague cake," which is a very good chocolate cake. We also stopped at a great cheese store and I bought some very good Gran Moravia cheese. It was halfway between a good cheddar and a parmesan.
... with many pizza and pasta restaurants. No Turkish influence to be seen though - surprising because there were a lot of Turkish places in Vienna.
As is the case in most of these cities - Venice and Vienna included - jewelry shops everywhere. It really does beg the question about how do they pay the rent with so much competition ?
For John and Barb, found the Sex Machine shop near the hotel - Stephan said to say "hello from your ...
... t been reserving our trains. It is was working out pretty well until we got on our train to Prague. Turns out, everyone else decided to reserve their seats. We did eventually find some seats that were reserved, but had no shows. It made for an long ride though as people would show up to take their seats and we had to play where's waldo to find our next one.
Some of the guys ended up sitting with some English girls who were travelling after their ...
... back down the hill stopping to buy a painting of the 'clock' and enjoyed a glass of rose in a lovely courtyard. The views over the river were gorgeous.
Crossed the bridge and saw the famous Charles bridge with all of its statues. Had a great view over the city. Its fairly easy to find your way around Prague once you know where the Wenseslas Square and Old Square are. Many many tourists!
That night ...
... wasn't nearly as impressive as any of the other palaces I've seen , St. George's Basilica, which seemed a bit run down, the Powder Tower, which displayed the different uniforms that people had worn over the years, Golden Lane, which was a bunch of sealed off old shops and suits of armor, and the Rosenberg Castle, which also wasn't very impressive. I also got a chance to go back to the St. Vitus Cathedral, ...