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... Tom and Caitlin were our friends that left a months for Europe a month before our group did and were exploring Russia, Norway and Poland. We were due to meet up with these guys in two weeks in Croatia but they were here in Prague!!!
Apparently they figured out that they could make a trip down from Poland to Prague and thought it would be a good idea to surprise us….and surprised us they did!!!
I screamed at the top of my lungs and hugged them ...
... train back to Vienna. Even though it was a short trip I absolutely loved Prague and wish I could have spent more time there but appreciated the fact that I got to go even for a few days!
Huge thank you to Mark and Gayle Fulton for letting me stay at their apartment for the few days I was there - much appreciated! It was so nice to have a homey place to stay at while travelling.
Next trip is the big one! Scotland and Ireland here I come, laddie!!
... Japanese tourists are, that when he's waiting at the airport they take photos of him holding up his sign, and then they take photos of everything, "Ooh there's a car!" CLICK! "Ooh there's a dog!" CLICK! Hopefully we will have him driving us back to the airport on Friday. We checked into our hotel, Hotel Pod Vezi, which is on the Lesser Town side of Charles Bridge, right beside one of the towers, which we get to go up for free. The location is fabulous and the room is ...
... V, after abdication in 1848, chose Prague Castle as his home. In 1918 the castle became the seat of the president of the new Czechoslovak Republic. The New Royal Palace and the gardens were renovated by Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik. Renovations continued in 1936 under Plečnik's successor Pavel Janák. During the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia during World War II, Prague Castle became the headquarters of Reinhard Heydrich, the "Reich Protector of Bohemia ...
... back to the new square where we all went our separate way. It wasn’t a long tour by any means but it was enjoyable, it also reminded me there was a lot more of Prague I wanted to see over the next day or two.
Next morning after sleeping late I decided to stroll back down to the old square, I wanted to visit the Old Jewish Cemetery along with a stroll across Charles Bridge, I really should have taken the ...