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... to catch the metro. Only four stops later we were in the town square. As we walked out of the station and turned the corner, we were greeted with the most amazing view of the King Wencleslas (sp?) statue at the top of the street in front of a museum. The architecture here is magnificent. Most buildings date back several centuries....and are breathtaking. Our group of nine spent a few hours shopping, sightseeing, laughing and exploring Prague together. It was so much fun! We ...
... was expected this afternoon. Yesterday the temp got to 28deg. This afternoon the tour started at 2.45 and went for about 60 mins. Once again the tour guide was excellent. She walked us through the Jewish Quarter and gave us a history lesson on the persecution of the Jews by the Germans. How they were hunted out of their homes and sent off to one of the worst concentration camps, and where the majority ended up in the gas ovens. It was very sad and she ...
... br> The Charles Bridge is a famous historic bridge that crosses the Vltava River. It was the most important connection between Prague Castle and the city's Old Town and adjacent areas.
Its construction started in 1357 and finished in the beginning of the 15th century. The bridge is 621m long and nearly 10m wide, resting on 16 arches shielded by ice guards. It is protected by three bridge towers. The Old Town bridge tower ...
... He thinks one pair of shoes is enough - HAHAHAHA - silly, silly man.)
I was impressed Adam was such a good sport in the search for boots. He proactively pointed out shoe stores instead of distracting me in the opposite direction, like most other men would do. He waited patiently while I popped into stores to see if a size large enough to fit my barge-size tootsies were in stock. I couldn't believe it when Adam, not I, found a suitable pair of heeled boots to ...
... and liberkaiser but I still think that's a pretty good effort. There's no train to Prague (directly) so the bus is a good option. Our train to Munich arrived at 12:41 and the bus departed at 12:50 according to the ticket. We arrived at 12:50 and waited and waited and waited. No bus. A Canadian girl who spoke German and who was also waiting for the bus helped us but still no bus. She was there earlier than us and saw nothing. As far as ...