Travel Blogs from Prague
... visited St Nicolaus cathedral - the biggest of 3 baroque churches in Prague. We paid our money to go in - as you do. They had three pipe organs Dad- two upstairs, and then a mini one down!
Off to Prague castle which is huge and almost a suburb on its own. We purchased the suggested short that included St Vitus Cathedral, the golden lane, the old royale palace - you had to pay for a permit to take photos in their, and we didn't. Liked ...
... are place over the last one and their tombstones are piled up.
We then headed to the castle district over the Mánesűv Most Bridge. It was a fair hike to the top, it was a long windy sloping path. My legs nearly gave up on me before the top. The view from the top was very much worth the walk. At the top was Stenberg Palace. There are palace guards out the front, much like Buckingham Palace, but you can get closer and they can't talk to you. ...
... knowing nearly all the children had perished.... and seeing drawings just like the kids in my class would draw.... memories of a happier life....as well as drawings graphically showing the life they were experiencing in the war.
From there we climbed the towere in the square.... awesome views of the old town! We walked across Charles Bridge, seeing the buskers, artists and tourists that populate the bridge every day. After walking along the river we ...
... Free drinking for 3 hours- beer pong, flip cup tournaments, and drinking jenga. Seriously. The best/worst part is the pic of two cute drunk girls with "America -**** yeah!!!" captioned underneath. (from the team america movie made by the south park guys, for those who don't get the reference). Erin summed it up pretty good, she said 'don't worry, Australians are just as tacky as you guys' I liked that. So that was Prague in a long nut-shell. We LOVED ...
This week has been quite interesting, to say the least. After the glass blowing trip some of the people were pretty tired, however, those of us champs who were able to, went out for dinner at the usual place that is 4 doors down from our apartment. The Italian place as we call it has more varieties of pasta than one would ever need in their life as well as a few meat, fish, and other decadents on their menu. The great thing about this place is that for one, they ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed