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... closed. The shops were filled with glass souvenirs and some very classy pieces caught our eye - unfortunately elegant wine glasses are not easy to pack in our bulging suitcases! Our guide on the walking tour covered the old town, new town and the Jewish quarter, providing an interesting perpective on the history of Prague and an insight into the patriotic stance taken by the Czech people towards ...
... biggest moments of her life were the Prague Spring of 1968, the Velvet Revolution which led to the fall of communism, and the country's joining NATO. The last statement caught us off guard but as she explained, for the first time people in the country have a feeling that if their country is ever attacked, then other countries will come to their aid.
Right now there is a lot of bad feeling towards Russia. The local people ...
... in front of. They said I was pretty good. It was even funnier though to hear them try to do an American accent. Later we played some Foosball and when our drinking time was up we headed to the next bar. This bar had a downstairs with a dj and a dance floor. We got a few free shots there but then had to buy our own drinks. Good thing beer in Prague is only 45 crown. That's the currency in Prague, so 45 crown is about 2 euros or just under $3. Literally beer was ...
... the city and shopped around then went on a lunch river cruise with a variety of Czech food. That night we ate at the hotel then got drinks at a restaurant on the Danube River.
In the morning after two nights we left for Bratislava and ...
... out. Here is a link to see the types of things that he does: https://www.facebook.com/SprayArtPraha< br>
We finally left Old Town Square and then ended up at Wenceslas Square, which is not a square but a street similar to Les Champs Elysees in Paris, France.
Trucking home, we stopped in at the grocery store, picked up a few groceries and headed home, finishing off the day, with you guessed it, 105 steps to the flat! LOL